• Waar is je aandacht?
    3 tips how to handle pressure With so much uncertainty, so many unknowns and emotions running high , it’s quite normal to feel some sort of pressure or stress as we try to come to terms with and work through the events of the last few weeks. First and foremost, we want to say that on behalf of everyone at Gazing … our thoughts are with you. Like many of you and others out there, we are trying to do what we can to support our customers and the larger community to navigate these challenging... View more 24 March 2020
  • Feedback vragen in de praktijk
    Ask feedback, case study Over the past 40 years, more than 30 feedback models and training courses have been developed. In many workshop settings much has been explained and practised, but in practice it remains difficult to really learn from each other with (unsolicited) feedback. This is unfortunate because learning at the speed of current changes requires social learning; learn with and from each other. The first surveys (NLI 2016) show that employees enjoy weekly feedback and that only 20% now receive this.... View more 8 August 2019
  • Start met feedback vragen
    Start asking feedback In my previous blog: Stop giving feedback I told about the (neuro) scientific evidence that we should stop with unsolicited feedback. Or as Churchill actually said: "I want to learn, but only if I ask for it myself." Because what happens in our head when we get feedback? Probably this: You may have practiced carefully lately and experienced that you learn more from the feedback you ask for. MENTAL CONTRASTING What exactly happens in our brain when we ask... View more 7 August 2019
  • Stop met feedback geven
    Stop giving feedback We give feedback all day long. For example, because you notice something in the behavior of the other. Much of the feedback is unsolicited and immediately triggers the anxiety system of our brain. The way we give feedback does not actually have the effect that we want. We want to help others, but we actually help ourselves. We tell the other what strikes us and the next step is up to the other.   CASE STUDY Suppose your colleague gives a presentation and you think he... View more 6 August 2019

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