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What is Feedback culture and how do you do it?

Feedback culture – Many talks about it as a prerequisite to making effective teams and as something as desirable and difficult to achieve.

"In order to avoid misunderstandings and to start at the right end, we have developed a two-hour workshop"

Make a plan for your Feedback culture

Many talks about it as a prerequisite to making effective teams and as something as desirable and difficult to achieve. The concept of confusion is great and the myths many. In order to avoid misunderstandings and to start at the right end, we have developed a two-hour workshop with the purpose of sorting out the concepts.

The workshop is suitable as a start-up for you to submit your plan to work out a feedback culture.

Charlotta Rydström

Please contact Charlotta Rydström if you are interested in this feedback culture start-up. Charlotta, the Senior Consultant, leads the Öresund office and is the one who runs the theme Feedback culture at Hammer & Hanborg.

Podcast: Future of professional life

This podcast is for those who are interested in communication, digitization, leadership, and organizational development. We talk about trends, methods, commitment and why it is so damn important that working life is adapted to how we humans work instead of the other way around.

The conditions for how we work are radically changed. Digitization not only affects where, when and how we work but also creates completely new roles while old ones disappear. In the center are the people and organizations. Where does it end? We do not know. The only thing we know is that everything will continue to change. We think this is super exciting! Actually so exciting that we have made it our mission to create the professional life of the future. Join us and get in touch if you have any thoughts or concerns at podd@hammerhanborg.com

Listen to our podcast about Feedback culture

In this section, we talk about feedback culture and why it is so important in an autonomous organization. Participants are Charlotta Rydström, Karin Netzell, and Frida Jeppson. Listen to the podcast here!