story request:
My Feedback Story
Feedback Summit 2018: The Expected Thing
Requester: Meg VanDeusen
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Deadline: No Deadline
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Tell your story

We are collecting stories about making feedback the expected thing.

Listening matters. People themselves are the experts of their own lives, and we want to hear how feedback has made a difference in yours. By sharing your story, you are helping the Feedback Labs Community take one step closer to making feedback the expected thing. Your stories will inform the work of using feedback to make the world a more equitable place.

Organizational Strategy; Outreach Communication; Community Building

Tell your story
Tips for telling a great story
  • Tell your story as if you were talking to a friend or a relative. Make it personal.
  • Add photos! It is best if the first photo you add is a nice image of yourself so that people can see you as they listen to or read your story.
Tips for audio recording
  • You can re-record as many times as you want. Take a couple of practice runs until it feels more natural talking into your computer.
  • Try not to use a pre-written script so that your story sounds as natural as possible. It is ok if it is not perfect.
  • Try to speak as clearly as possible, and get as close to the microphone as you can.
  • Try to find a quiet place with no background noise. It is even better if the room has carpet. This will reduce the amount of echo on the recording.
Interested in sharing your story for this project?

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