Resilient Roots: 10 tips to “course correct” your accountability feedback mechanism

By March 26, 2020 NMedia

Thw five-part blog series that Resilient Roots developed, tries to break down the collecting feedback process as much as possible, to move beyond theoretical discussions about how to shift power within the civil society sector and offer practical solutions for how to change organisational culture through feedback. In the final step of the feedback loop, which Resilient Roots calls “course correction”, they capitalise on the learnings of the feedback process they have followed, and use this knowledge to inform changes in the structures and strategic direction of their organisations (and the feedback process itself).

The following 10 tips will break down how to approach this crucial process, to foster culture change and truly put your primary constituents in the driver’s seat of your work.

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