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Giving Advice & Feedback: Sport, School and Beyond - Shared screen with speaker view
Seonaid Anderson
54:32
I can't see the survey at all
Catherine McNulty
54:35
cant see this poll
Richmond Stace
57:54
I’m no expert, but I don’t think that lady wants that wheelchair.
Di Murray
58:18
she loves it really
Seonaid Anderson
59:47
Steve has disappeared
Eleanor Starr
01:05:41
love the permission part
Seonaid Anderson
01:11:05
I have been impressed with the MI-consistent teaching that Scottish medical students are now receiving.
Orla
01:12:31
Thanks for the question Fiona. Yes, over time there have been changes in record cards to shift away from ticking boxes. It has taken time and will continue to shift, Orla
Margaret Thomas
01:12:35
UK Coaching are running some great webinars and other courses - all free at the moment. Curious coaches is a good one every Monday
Fiona Holland
01:14:25
Thanks Orla, that's good to hear...that's a frustration with some of my trainees as they love the EPE practice and the patient owning their goals, but their measures don't reflect or acknowledge this, and the targets are linked to funding sometimes...so there's a big lag between positive practice and the systems around them.
Arlene Dalcin
01:18:45
In health care in the US, MDs avoid giving feedback on a person’s weight because it can feel “itchy”. They are tasked to give it but aren’t skilled to do it in an artful way
John Russell
01:20:36
Glawwwwwster
Greg Sumpter
01:27:36
A LinkedIn article I recently wrote with a twist on this subject (where I suggested this webinar) and I'd be keen on your feedback:https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/feedback-dying-consider-abc-model-growth-greg-sumpter-ph-d-/
Andrew Brownhill
01:42:32
Happy to answer anything further via email if anyone wants to talk further afterwards.. andrewbrownhill91@gmail.com
Mike Porteous
01:44:00
Really interesting - the first ask was “what is your understanding?” Not “what do you know?”
Crystal Peters
01:45:40
I learned from another MI trainer to ask “What have you heard” instead of “what do you know” - I find that works well.
Catherine McNulty
01:47:20
cant see ythe
Catherine McNulty
01:47:30
cant see the poll
sarah-Jane McKenzie
01:47:34
cant see the poll
Angela Watkins
01:47:45
It’s pop up box
Becky
02:01:46
ambivalence? used swear words to connect with the players, and at the same time believes it's not a best practice
Catherine McNulty
02:02:16
Sorry, I have to leave the session now, it has been a really interesting Webinar but I have something to attend to. I really like the ask offer ask framwork Regards and thank you Catherine McNulty
Mhairi Fyffe
02:02:30
developing discrepancy between his good teaching values and his behaviours
Arlene Dalcin
02:04:05
Steve, your care of how he felt throughout the feedback process was very palpable
Mike Porteous
02:04:55
I liked how Steve was so clear about what was important to him in his role as boss and where he was coming from
Crystal Peters
02:05:13
Steve, it was clear that you were reiterating how you are there to support him as his boss. It was reassuring.
Luisa Andreou-Jones
02:06:00
I noticed the way Steve built rapport with an open question, affirmation about his values and goals as a teacher, and amplified reflection
Seonaid Anderson
02:09:12
I can't see the poll, but PRACTICE!
Andrew Brownhill
02:10:13
Ask for feedback from students and players…
Andrew Brownhill
02:10:22
Agreed guys
Stuart Houghton
02:10:52
How do you feel about Peer to Peer feedback Andrew?
Margaret Thomas
02:12:25
I voted - but not for recording, as I think recording it might affect both how i speak to the athlete and vice versa.
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02:13:21
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