Introduction to Feedback for Nonprofits and Funders
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network and the T. Rowe Price Foundation for this 90-minute virtual session that will provide an introduction to gathering, interpreting, and acting on feedback from those at the heart of your work and an overview of why listening and acting on feedback is important to ethical, equitable, and well-run organizations.
Together, we’ll explore:
- The reasons to prioritize feedback, including better, more equitable programmatic outcomes; and
- The closed feedback loop methodology for systematically collecting and responding to feedback in your work.
Participants will be invited to engage in breakout group discussions customized for nonprofits and foundations. Hosted by Feedback Labs, this webinar will also be used to announce the upcoming Feedback Crash Courses and generate initial applications.
This program is for Maryland Philanthropy Network members and invited guests.