Quality feedback

It would be difficult to find someone who has not received or provided feedback in their lifetime – this happens constantly in both work and personal life. It could be assumed that we as humans have accumulated both theoretical knowledge and practical experience, so we should be professionals in this field by now. However, why does providing feedback poses so much challenge, anxiety, confusion, or even annoyance and dissatisfaction? Why does it often not create a more consensus understanding of each other but provoke disagreements and frustrations? Are we really using this “medicine” for motivating and educating colleagues properly?

Expected change after completing the training:

“Youth line” invites you all to look together for the answers to these questions:

  • What is quality feedback?
  • How to properly prepare and provide feedback?
  • What does it mean to receive feedback?
  • How can the feedback help to create a healthy emotional climate in collaboration with each other?

Our work is based on the benefits of quality and effective feedback, as we seek to ensure the quality of emotional support that we provide and supportive communication with each other. During the training, we will share the knowledge tested through experience.


4 academic hours or 8 academic hours (during the longer training the time would be devoted to a wide range of practical tasks and discussions).


Training structure:

  • Feedback: what do we know about it?
  • How to provide constructive feedback?
  • Why is it important to know how to accept feedback?
  • Practical tasks to strengthen the skill of giving and receiving feedback.
  • How to apply the knowledge and experience gained during the training to your personal and organization’s growth.



100 euros for 1 academic hour (Public enterprise “Youth line” is not VAT payer)


Participants and the lecturer:

Participants: optimal size of the group – up to 12 people.

There is an option for a 1.5-hour duration lecture, price – contractual.

The courses are held by the lecturer from the “Youth line”.