The art of giving and receiving feedback is a gift to you and your team.

Hard truth: Personal leaders who don’t listen to others will eventually be surrounded by people who have nothing to say. It’s important to create a leadership culture that includes honest and timely feedback for personal development and organizational growth.

My new Emotional Intelligence for Extraordinary Teams program includes how to give and receive effective feedback effectively, along with information on how to improve your work culture, address specific challenges, improve your team’s blind spots, and boost performance.

As my special gift to you, here’s a guide on How to Give and Receive Feedback, a part of our Emotional Intelligence program.

As a master storyteller, Steve has unparalleled ability to communicate dynamic business and leadership truths through stories, anecdotes and humor. Harness the power of the “number one” predictor of professional success, impact, leadership, high performance and sustainable relationships in business and life. Steve’s highest rated keynote presentation.

To book Steve today, contact Michelle Joyce!
(For information on keynote presentations, team workshops, and one on one coaching.)

“The purpose of Leadership Quest is to help professionals develop their personal leadership, vision and emotional intelligence. Everyday I strive to help leaders and teams achieve their desired goals in sales productivity, leadership, time maximization, and life-balance. ”

About the Author

Steve Gutzler is the President of Leadership Quest, a Seattle-based leadership development company. Steve is a dynamic, highly-sought-after speaker who has delivered more than 2,500 presentations to a list of clients including Microsoft, Starbucks, the Seattle Seahawks, Pandora Radio, Boeing, Cisco, Starwood Corporation, the Ritz Carlton group, and the U.S. Social Security Administration. He recently was voted #1 by the readership of Huffington Post as the Most Inspirational Leader on Social Media.

A published author on leadership and emotional intelligence, Steve resides near Seattle with his wife Julie where they enjoy time with their three adult children and six grandchildren.