Are you Having the Right Conversation With the Wrong Person?
May 16, 2019 – 2:00-3:30pm
Ingraham Hall Room 220
Almost all of us are guilty of this: Giving feedback about someone’s performance or behaviors with anyone other than that person. Preparing for a difficult conversation with someone can be extremely helpful. However, unloading about someone to anyone other than that someone is a waste of time. Attend this interactive and enlightening session to learn not only best practices for delivering the right message to the right person, but also how to coach others to do the same. Additionally uncover strategies to receive feedback and react to the message VERSUS the person giving it. Join speaker Shelly Vils Havel as she discusses this important topic.
Register Here: https://go.wisc.edu/67if5m
Shelly is the Talent Development Specialist for the Division of Extension. Shelly is focused on delivering professional development and skills development for colleagues and serves as a resource for managers, supervisors, faculty and staff of UW-Extension. She previously served as the Performance Management Consultant for the Talent Recruitment & Engagement team at UW-Madison Office of Human Resources where she consulted with divisions across campus to assist in implementing and evaluating their performance management/development programs as well as creating and facilitating skill-based training and education. Shelly has worked with campus professionals and stake-holders to create training opportunities well as conferences and special events and is a registered speaker of the UW-Madison Badger Talks Hub (formerly known as the UW –Madison Speaker’s Bureau).