Feedback is dreaded on both sides.

Both by givers and receivers.

Done well, feedback is actionable, comforting, empowering, and insightful.

How do we get there?

Let's check in with what we want to say, what we really mean, and dissect stories.

Let's clarify and digest the feedback we've received, reframe and make actionable.

Let's redesign feedback sessions or forms to create ease and usefulness for both sides, really savoring the raw insight here.


What is a question asked on annual reviews or general forms that has irritated you? What would make it useful?


Read Thank You for the Feedback by Stone on how to receive feedback. 

See this article on This is Why People Leave Your Company.

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