How to give great online feedback

Probably one of the best things we can all get better at right now is giving written feedback.

In this time of remote working and zoom fatigue, much more of our conversations have become asynchronous. This means that the communicating between us isn’t happening at the same time — unlike say, a phone call.

There are some serious pros to asynch communication when your goal is to help someone to learn something.

I’ve really welcomed it helping people to reflect with what what they’re learning. Yet it’s also easy to miss getting your points across without an intentional approach to giving written feedback.

So to help avoid the downsides I’ve been doing a lot of testing about what makes the most consistently useful way for giving great feedback.

Here’s my framework below!

Written Feedback Steps

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