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Feedback helps us progress and increase our impact and yet, we often find it hard to receive it. Understanding how people perceive us and what we do, can be valuable information which leads us to adapt and succeed. Join us to redefine the role of feedback and explore successful methods to give and receive feedback.

Portrait of Natacha Wilson

About the Masterclass:

Feedback helps us progress and increase our impact and yet, we often find it hard to receive it. Understanding how people perceive us and what we do, can be valuable information which leads us to adapt and succeed.

Join us to redefine the role of feedback and explore successful methods to give and receive feedback.

We will draw on evidence-based research and best practice.

The Masterclass will be held online and is informal in style. Natacha will build time in for Q&A, discussion points and connections.

when and where?

Thursday November 17th. 12.30-14.00. Online via Zoom.

Over the lunchtime period - feel free to bring your lunch along online!

Bookings open soon! In the meantime, email expressions of interest to Louisa

About Natacha Wilson:

Natacha Wilson, founder of Cambridge Insights , is a leadership development consultant in the fields of research and innovation. She runs development workshops and programmes for research-intensive institutions, governments, and innovative organisations in the UK and overseas.

Her aim is to support researchers, game changers and aspiring leaders, increase their positive impact towards sustainable development goals. Natacha is a coach on the Homeward Bound Leadership Programme, which aims to heighten the influence and impact of women in making decisions that shape our planet.

Her research interest focuses on identifying the combination of skills, behaviours and mindsets needed to become a successful authentic leader and create a positive impact towards solving global challenges.