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Feedback That Works

Originally presented on November 9, 2021



As a leader, giving effective feedback is your job. Constructive suggestions can help your direct reports and colleagues succeed. But feedback is often difficult — for both the giver and the recipient. Feedback That Works provides leaders with a simple, powerful, and effective feedback model that enables them to give and receive focused, productive feedback.


Learners will:

  • Learning Objectives here


Who should attend: Team leads, supervisors, managers, or other roles with supervision responsibilities at family resource centers, child abuse prevention councils, and other child and family serving organizations.



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In her role at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego, Melissa Bernstein, PhD, directs the Advancing California’s Trauma-Informed Systems (ACTS) and Trauma-Informed Licensing Team (TILT) Initiatives. Her research centers around supporting systems in planning for, implementing, and sustaining trauma-Informed change that aligns with best practice and science.







Al Killen-Harvey is the co-founder of The Harvey Institute, a training and consultation company whose mission is improving health care outcomes through integrating sexual health. For the past 24 years he has worked at the Chadwick Center where he has served in a variety of clinical and training positions. He has worked for several decades in the field of trauma treatment and is a past recipient of the San Diego County Child Abuse Coordinating Council’s “Unsung Hero” Award for his work with children who have been abused and/or neglected. He is a faculty member of the San Diego Public Child Welfare Training Academy.



Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego




Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego