Feedback was an important element in the Powered by Nature workshop at the end of August. Participants gave each other feedback, and we also received lots of good feedback from external parties. In the end, it was this good feedback that develop the Better in the Dark campaign.
Edward, my co-facilitator and I, chose not to teach about feedback – instead, we gathered the following tips after a focused conversation […]
Does your website do what it should? Reviewing the own website should be regular practice for everyone who maintains an online presence for a good cause or organization. At the same time, it can be hard to see the forest for the trees sometimes.
Here are 10 steps that can help you get the insights you need to make strategic suggestions to improve your own website:
This article is based on an educational session prepared for Black Forest Toastmasters on 13 January 2011.
I used to think that the most difficult part about feedback was to receive it. Who hasn’t felt rejected, unworthy or not good enough after a particularly slathering helping of ill-thought-through criticism? I certainly have.
Nowadays, the most difficult part about feedback for me is to give it. I don’t want to hurt anyone. […]