November 2-3 | Washington DC
New to the feedback community and seeking knowledge, skills, and tools to close your feedback loop? Join us before the Summit for a one day Crash Course to collaborate with your peers, meet expert mentors, and work on individual feedback challenges.
November 2-3, 2017
Feedback Labs is excited to present the third annual Feedback Summit in Washington, D.C. This Summit will bring together leading thinkers, practitioners, funders, and researchers in closing feedback loops in aid and philanthropy. We’ll be sharing our experiences, knowledge, and skills on transforming constituent feedback into power, and exploring feedback loops as tools for building responsive, democratic, and accountable governance.
Closing feedback loops is not a spectator sport. Our goal is for you to walk away at the end of these two days with new knowledge, tools, and relationships that enable you to Close the Loop. Learn more about the 2017 Summit and register today! We’ll see you there.
October 27-28, 2016
The second annual Feedback Summit: From Talk to Action focuses on the nuts and bolts of making feedback feasible. Our interactive sessions are designed to let you hear from – and talk to – the people and organizations that are leading the way in closing feedback loops. Learn more about the 2016 Summit!
November 1, 2016
The London Feedback Summit is a first ever gathering of funders and social change practitioners from across Europe to look at why and how we can use systematic feedback to improve the ways we work when we work for social change. Learn about the London Feedback Summit 2016!
October 15-16, 2015
The first annual Feedback Summit brought together movers and shakers at the forefront of doing aid and philanthropy differently. Conversation addressed the promises, challenges, success, and opportunities in closing feedback loops. Read more about the speakers, agenda, and watch videos from the event here.
May 12, 2016
Practitioners and experts in aid, development, and philanthropy convened to interrogate the concept of feedback as the “smart thing.” Gathering and acting on feedback takes resources, so we must ask if it leads to better outcomes. Read our conceptual framework in the Is Feedback Smart? paper and learn more about the speakers, and agenda here.