Feedback culture

Feedback culture is the key to many successful changes.

Do you know what your steakholders think of your organization?


Feedback culture

Feedback culture is the key to many successful changes.

Do you know if your communication is reaching your employees and your customers well – and how it is being received?

Are you using the ideas and potential of your team and your customers to further develop your products, services and processes?

How do you discover what motivates your employees and are there opportunities for your employees to provide each other with feedback; the prerequisite for personal and joint growth?

What is the purpose, the value of feedback?

Receiving feedback from their stakeholders – employees, supply chain and customers – is perceived by many managers as unfamiliar and difficult. But it creates a whole reservoir of positive momentum.

Giving feedback also does not yet appear to be a valued and widely used tool by managers. But it is a prerequisite for personal development and growth.

The professional giving and receiving of feedback, in addition to the “critical” aspect, gives direction to the joint effort to move forward as a team and organization and create a changed, more honest and communicative “growing” company culture.

Feedback culture for schools

Feedback culture for schools 1: Internal communication

Feedback is not something that can only be given at fixed times (the conference, the assessment interview, etc.) or in an “emergency” – the moments when something went wrong.

An embedded feedback culture is part of the internal communication in the school. It ensures a continuous exchange within the team and between the school and the bodies that run the schools, even beyond the special “opportunities”. It gives everyone a sense of being involved in important processes in the school and thus creates transparency.

With Co-Thinkers in Change, you can develop feedback strategies for your school team.

Feedback culture for schools 2: Personalized feedback

Giving feedback in such a way that it is accepted and received positively needs to be practiced. This applies both to communication between colleagues and to staff reviews between people in leadership roles and their team – and, of course, to the conversation between teachers and students.

With Co-Thinkers in Change, you can further develop your personal feedback skills – individually or as part of a team.