“Feedback is the breakfast of champions.” –Ken Blanchard
Effective feedback loops are an essential way to address funder/grantee power dynamics and ensure that funder practices really do support nonprofit partners. Being thoughtful and engaged listeners also helps funders plan and assess our own work. But knowing how to best obtain feedback, analyze it, and share it is not always easy—especially when we expand our feedback loops to include both nonprofit partners and the individuals they serve.
Join your peers in philanthropy as we discuss:
- Ways we can develop and incorporate feedback loops for nonprofit partners and beneficiaries into our grantmaking practices
- Successful ways that others have shared what they learned from feedback both internally and externally
- Likely hurdles we will encounter along the way with feedback loops and how to get ahead of them.
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