LabStorms are collaborative brainstorming sessions where a group of organizations come together to help one organization wrestle with a feedback-related challenge. They operate in Chatham House rule, meaning no information will be tied back to a particular attendee, but in these blogs we share the anonymized major learnings from each session. If you would like to participate in an upcoming LabStorm (either in person or by videoconference), please drop Annie a note at [email protected]

Learning in a funder collaborative

Alison Miranda | May 21, 2020 Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI) is a collaborative of funders committed to building a more just, equitable, and inclusive society through greater transparency, accountability, and effective participation around the globe. TAI helps its members to strengthen the impact and effectiveness of their transparency and accountability funding, and the field…

When we don’t know what to do, we ask ourselves “what would love do?”

Kyende Kinoti | May 5, 2020 Effective communication is the single most important factor when it comes to collecting feedback. LabStorms are usually between an organization seeking advice on how to improve their feedback practices and a group of feedback practitioners. But what happens when constituents participate in LabStorms? This was the highlight of the…