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                  We help everyone find the gift in all feedback. Even when it's Nasty & Ugly.

  • In our books and training's  you'll learn how to get the timely feedback you need to make a difference in the lives of the children in your classroom or those you manage.  

  • Gain insights into the feedback you receive from both your leader and those in your charge. 

  • Handle criticism with less anxiety and frustration, turn critics into allies and colleagues into coaches. 

  • Make sure that when someone has a concern involving you, you are the first instead of the last to know. 

  • Use feedback to help students. colleagues, peers and those you manage achieve better outcomes.

  • Find the hidden gift in ALL FEEDBACK, even when it is vague, inaccurate or unfair. 


"We all need people who will give us feedback. That's how we improve. Unfortunately, there's one group of people who get almost no systematic feedback to help them do their jobs better, and these people have one of the most important jobs in the world. I'm talking about teachers. When Melinda and I learned how little useful feedback most teachers get, we were blown away. Until recently, over 98 percent of teachers just got one word of feedback: Satisfactory. If all my bridge coach ever told me was that I was "satisfactory," I would have no hope of ever getting better. How would I know who was the best? How would I know what I was doing differently? Today, districts are revamping the way they evaluate teachers, but we still give them almost no feedback that actually helps them improve their practice. Our teachers deserve better. The system we have today isn't fair to them. It's not fair to students, and it's putting America's global leadership at risk. So today I want to talk about how we can help all teachers get the tools for improvement they want and deserve. The best academic performer: the province of Shanghai, China. Now, they rank number one across the board, in reading, math and science, and one of the keys to Shanghai's incredible success is the way they help teachers keep improving. They made sure that younger teachers get a chance to watch master teachers at work. They have weekly study groups, where teachers get together and talk about what's working. They even require each teacher to observe and give feedback to their colleagues." - Bill Gates


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Bristow Leadership Group, LLC

904 South 770 East, Spanish Fork, Utah 84660, United States

801-368-2700 - Jessica@Bristowlg.com


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