In team settings, feedback is a two-way street. Leaders must provide feedback to individuals who will also provide feedback about the team. Feedback at the team level is not as standardized as organizational reviews. When determining feedback, it is necessary to establish guidelines. For example, feedback may or may not be anonymous.
Individual feedback should regularly be given and is slightly subjective. One popular method is a feedback form, which rates different behaviors in a scale. Feedback can also be verbal when it is in the moment. 360-feedback surveys are useful in helping team members privately share their feedback with leadership and other team members.
|Estimated Time||7 minutes|
|Topic Objective||Review team feedback.|
Discuss team feedback.
|Materials Required||Flipchart/board and marker|
|Planning Checklist||Bring a copy of a feedback form to use as an example.|
|Recommended Activity||As a group, create different questions for a feedback form.|
|Stories to Share||Share any relevant, personal stories.|
|Delivery Tips||Encourage everyone to participate.|
|Review Questions||What is a two-way street?|