Thu, Jul 06|
Just Checkin’ In: Feedback as an Essential Skill in the Outdoors
We all know when it comes to safety in the outdoors, communication and feedback are essential.
Time & Location
Jul 06, 2023, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
About the event
Speaker: Emily Ambrose, Owner of Engage Coaching & Consulting
We all know when it comes to safety in the outdoors, communication and feedback are essential. In a crisis, who is my Incident Commander? What’s happening with the patient? Have the surrounding people been communicated with? But when you’re not “in crisis” it is just as essential when creating a culture of belonging among a team.
This webinar and discussion looks at the ways the brain responds to feedback and the different ways it can be given and received. We’ll discuss “course correction,” “course continuation,” the concepts of time/place/manner, and “pushing-feedback” and “pulling-feedback.” Finally we’ll connect it to the ally action continuum, which will overview how feedback is connected to inclusion work.
Come for a brush-up or come to prepare for that tense conversation you may have been avoiding. The waters may still be choppy, and we can increase our smooth sailing with some essential skills.
Watch the recording (password: ADASHWeb#32023)
About the 2023 A-DASH Webinar Series: Understanding, Preventing & Addressing Sexual Harassment on Rivers
May - November 2023
This year’s series is provided free of charge, but registration is required.
Registrants will receive an email containing a link to the recorded presentation (conversations among attendees will not be included).
About the A-DASH Collaborative
We are river and training professionals collaboratively inspiring and supporting organizations to eliminate workplace discrimination and harassment through policy assessment, training and organizational change. Our name A-DASH (Anti-Discrimination and Sexual Harassment) reflects the group’s focus on a behavior and culture commonly accepted and tolerated in many organizations. This focus does not diminish the importance of the larger or other equity issues, but instead seeks to create a fine point on this area as part of a portfolio of tools and methods available to organization leaders.
The A-DASH Collaborative knows rivers, for we work on them for those who work on them. We are educators, trainers, business owners and non-profit leaders. Our Collaborative includes representatives from River Management Society, National Park Service, Arizona Raft Adventures, Nantahala Outdoor Center, Engage Coaching and Consulting, Strand Squared Solutions. and Respect Outside.