Alumnae Events, Organization Events
Constructive Conversations: Navigating the Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback
As a volunteer and community leader, you come across opportunities to give and receive feedback every day. For many, these constructive conversations can feel daunting. We’re here to help you navigate them.
Join us for a virtual conversation with Lindsay Boccardo on Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 12:30 p.m. ET. She’ll cover how to make feedback work for you and how to save time and energy as a leader. This training is available for all Kappa volunteers.
- Five steps for providing feedback that inspires and empowers others while turning frustration into opportunities for growth and positive change.
- How to embrace feedback as an opportunity for self-awareness and continuous improvement.
- Explore your role as a leader and target opportunities for constructive conversations.
Our Guest Speaker
For more than a decade, Boccardo has been coaching, researching, and developing programs for professional growth and emotional health in the workplace.
As a nationally recognized generational expert, Boccardo has partnered with organizations such as Roche, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, Carpenter Realtors, and the Indiana Supreme Court.
Boccardo earned a degree in psychology and public communication from Syracuse University and a professional coaching certification through the International Coach Federation.
Through keynote speeches, podcasts, and her YouTube channel, Boccardo educates and empowers organizations to maximize the talent of their diverse workforce and helps individuals find joy in understanding why every generation matters.