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“Your work is so impactful, how do we keep this going?” is the #1 question Galen hears from teams and organizations he works with.

One of the hardest parts of maintaining excellent team culture and leadership is keeping things top of mind as people return to their ‘regular’ work. Sustaining a shift in mindset and behavior requires intention and consistency. We know many teams don't have the time or resources to address this on a regular basis. Many have asked, here’s our answer: #shiftyestribe delivers quick, high-level content for your team, and it’s FREE.


April ‘19 Focus:
Workplace Feedback

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Week 1
4 Must-Haves to Build a Culture of Feedback

Galen introduces the #shiftyestribe theme for the month. He talks about what it takes to develop a culture of feedback, and outlines the repercussions of not implementing these critical elements in your workplace (spoiler: It isn’t good).

For a written version of the video, CLICK HERE to check out the blog.


Week 2
Feedback Like a Pro: 3 Simple Questions

In this video, Galen shares a specific, tactical approach to giving and receiving feedback using a model from one of the most brilliant HR minds in the biz, Tina Radeke. Three simple, effective questions to use to frame feedback in a productive way.

For a written version of the video, CLICK HERE to check out the blog.


Week 3
Feedback Nightmare: What If I Say the Wrong Thing?

A legitimate concern regarding giving feedback is around "What if I say the wrong thing?" or go about it in the wrong way and make things worse. This causes many leaders and teams to fear feedback, or avoid doing it altogether. Galen outlines the two ways that you make this question obsolete.

For a written version of the video, CLICK HERE to check out the blog.


Week 4
Feedback Retaliation & Getting Triggered

In this week's #shiftyestribe, Galen waxes about two fantastic questions that came in around feedback (we love getting Q's): 
1) When feedback isn’t safe due to fear of retaliation. 
2) Dealing with feedback that is upsetting or annoying.

For a written version of the video, CLICK HERE to check out the blog.


Recent #shiftyestribe
Themes & Content

MAR ‘19 CONTENT

CLICK HERE for last month’s content around ‘Productive Conflict.’

FEB ‘19 CONTENT

CLICK HERE for February’s content around building a culture of ‘Saying Yes.’

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