Small Improvements
Virtual workshop

Giving equitable and effective feedback


Wednesday, July 20  ·  9am PT / 12pm ET / 6pm CET

Learn concrete diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies you can apply to give effective feedback across differences.


What we'll cover:

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How feedback relates to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging

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Actionable tips on how to give equitable and effective feedback

 

 

Why you should join

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Refreshing and scientific
This workshop is short (1 hour) and packed with research that appeals to data-driven minds.

skills

Focused on tipping-point skills
All skills are not created equal. Discover the smallest changes that make the biggest impact.

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Interactive and hands-on
Break down a skill into its most useful components, then apply it to a real-life challenge.

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More about what we'll cover

Giving high-quality and equitable feedback is one of the most important ways to level the playing field on your team. This directly impacts the too often ignored "E" in DEI.

In this interactive, hour-long webinar, Catherine Gillespie-Vargas from Peoplism will share the methods they use to upskill professionals on feedback across their client sites. You'll walk away with:

  • How feedback relates to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
  • Actionable tips on how to give equitable and effective feedback
  • How bias can affect feedback and your work

This is a live, online workshop where you will interact with your People Ops peers over video. That means you'll need a quiet space (e.g., a meeting room) as well as a computer with a camera and a microphone.

 

Meet the  facilitator

Catherine Gillespie-Vargas

Catherine is passionate about creating inclusive workplaces where all can thrive. She has collaborated with companies to design and implement inclusive talent programs and strategies, improving training, hiring, and retention. Passionate about Design Thinking, she's utilized this approach in everything from technology to workforce development. Catherine holds an MBA from MIT Sloan.

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Meet the organizers

Peoplism and Small Improvements share a passion for creating positive change through measurable solutions.

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Peoplism is an impact-driven DEIB consulting firm that helps organizations build more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplaces. With interventions that target the root causes and provide evidence-based solutions. Learn more.

 

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Small Improvements is an ongoing performance management platform that helps employees grow and succeed. Geared towards the needs of SMBs, it’s a highly configurable and intuitive tool. Learn more