With Sally-Anne Airey
Recorded live at 01:00 PM on Thursday 04 March 2021
We’re told listening to feedback is a vital leadership skill. Being evaluated by colleagues is a core part of our professional development. But what if understanding takes more than listening to, and agreeing to fix, what’s “good” and “bad”?
In this episode of Delightful Dissent I’ll be talking to Sally-Anne Airey about the assumption “I should listen to feedback”. We’ll explore what it means to engage with others with compassion. We’ll see if there’s more to feedback than an objective evaluation. We’ll share ways of turning feedback into something which opens up, not closes down, possibility.
Sally-Anne is a former Royal Navy Commander turned leadership coach, who works with leaders who understand that to lead others well, you must first know and master yourself. Her leadership framework, Mindful Command®, gives leaders the foundations for lifelong clarity, self-mastery and true leadership presence.
You can find out more about Sally-Anne's work at her website - https://skilfulleaders.comYou can get in touch with her via LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sallyanneaireyYou can watch her "Power of Pause" video series on her YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/SkilfulLeaders/videos