Melvin Bridgmon | January 6, 2021 The story of Outreach Chicago’s (OC) leader Melvin Bridgmon is a long and complicated one. Formerly, a homeless veteran for 15 years, he has suffered from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) for quite awhile. During the darkest moments of his life, it was the homeless intervention specialist that found…
High-quality feedback loops create trusting relationships where clients and service providers are equal, respected players in change-making. By building quality feedback loops, we can create the space for people to share their honest concerns and opinions about equity and advocate for inclusive change. When these concerns are respected and responded to, feedback can be a force for equity. But it must be done right.
This page includes a few quick examples of times that feedback has contributed to diversity, equity and inclusion goals. We also share thoughts from global leaders in the Feedback & Equity blog series, and stories from our friends at the Fund for Shared Insight in their #Feedback4Equity campaign.
Feedback & Equity Blog
Would you like to read more great examples? In this special 2019-2020 blog series, leaders from around the feedback community grapple with the tough questions and hard work that go into ensuring feedback drives us toward a more equitable future.
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Do you have a story or idea you would like to share about the connection between equity and feedback? Please send us a message at [email protected]. We would like to include your voice in this conversation.