Building a Culture of Feedback

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Building a Culture of Feedback

Learn how to frame and deliver feedback in a way that strengthens relationships and inspires change in this 90-minute workshop.

Date Ended:
December 13, 2022

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Strengthen Relationships and Inspire Change




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December 13, 2022
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December 13, 2022

Strengthen relationships and inspire change by learning how to frame and deliver feedback effectively during this highly interactive, 90-minute workshop.

As a workshop participant, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Explore the barriers to candid conversations
  • Discuss features of effective feedback
  • Adapt feedback to peers, managers, and direct reports

You'll also learn how to:

  • Create a more empathetic and human-centric work environment
  • Embed feedback into daily operations
  • Inspire change among teams and coworkers


This 90-minute workshop will be delivered online on December 13 from 7 to 8:30 pm ET.

Note: This is not a webinar. Our online sessions are lively and interactive, so come prepared to participate (with your camera on, to the extent possible).

Who Should Attend

We welcome participants from all disciplines, backgrounds, and career stages. If you are interested in building empathy and understanding within your team or workplace, we encourage you to attend.

If you have participated in a Relational Leadership workshop series, Relational Leadership Institute, or Relational Leadership for Clinician Leaders, you have likely experienced this content, and we encourage you to explore our other upcoming workshops.

Workshop Facilitators

Jennifer O’Donohoe, MD, is a board-certified pediatrician, psychiatrist, and child psychiatrist. She currently works as an attending physician in the partial hospitalization programs at the University of Utah Huntsman Mental Health Institute, where she serves as the medical director. Jennifer has longstanding involvement with Relational Leadership, and is a member of our University of Utah RL community.


To promote an inclusive and accessible experience, a nominal fee of $25 is charged to support the continuation of Intend Health programming.

Scholarships: Scholarships are available for students, trainees, members of community-based organizations, and members of our Student Action Network. Please apply here if you are requesting a scholarship.

We ask that all attendees register individually. Thank you.

Learn how to frame and deliver feedback in a way that strengthens relationships and inspires change in this 90-minute workshop.

Contact us to learn more about our programs.

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