Feedback Jiu-Jitsu

The Art of Receiving Feedback

Can Your Team Handle Feedback?

You’ve probably invested in training people on how to give feedback. Why not invest in training them how to receive it? After all it’s the receiver that matters.

Do Any of the Following Describe your team members?

  • You're afraid to give constructive feedback, so people don't get the feedback they need to grow
  • People don't give feedback well
  • There aren't growth-oriented conversations
  • You want to have a feedback culture
  • People don't know how to respond to feedback
  • Feedback training seems too resource intensive

Why Feedback Jiu-Jitsu?

Why do we call this Feedback Jiu-Jitsu?

Glade Holman shares how the philosophy of Jiu-Jitsu can be applied when working with feedback.

What’s the Process?

The process is simple. Just follow these three steps.

1. Submit the Form

Complete the form below, and we'll contact you to answer questions and schedule a date.

2. Choose a Date

We'll provide potential dates and work together to find the date that works best.

3. Enjoy the Training

Your team will learn techniques to help them receive feedback graciously and act on it visibly!

What's Included?

  • A pre-session meeting to discuss your organization's culture
  • A 90-minute training session
  • Access to your recorded session for two weeks
  • A one-page summary handout for easy reference
  • A simple yet powerful framework for receiving feedback
  • Insights that can be used both professionally and personally

How Will Your Team Benefit?

Group at a Training

We all give and receive feedback. A lot of organizations focus on training how to give feedback. Because none of us can control who gives us feedback or how well they'll do it. Your time and money will be better spent training your people how to receive feedback well.

This training will provide the following for your team:

  • A vision for how beneficial feedback can be and the opportunity it creates
  • An understanding of the neuroscience that helps explain why we tend to react to feedback the way we do
  • Steps to avoid triggers
  • 6 Jiu-Jitsu moves that will them receive feedback graciously
  • Tips on why and how to act visibly on feedback

Catching this vision and learning to receive feedback graciously and act on it visibly, regardless of the type of the feedback or quality of delivery, is liberating and can help your people take charge of their own career growth.

Book a Training

Complete this form, and we'll reach out to answer any additional questions you may have and to schedule a training date.