If you’ve been reading any of the entries at More than a living, you’ve seen us championing the value of good, solid feedback.
We love criticism. And we love discussion. Because it makes us better. We don’t know everything. As much as we like to claim that we do.
You’ve also seen us griping about the fact that there is a lack of meaningful feedback in today’s work-a-day world.
So we started searching for a solution.
Seems straightforward, doesn’t it?
Well, it wasn’t.
We didn’t find anything even remotely close to what we wanted. We found a lot of ways to quickly provide useless, watered-down feedback. Or ways to quickly populate a document with staid responses. Or ways to make it easier on the HR department. But nothing quite met our expectations.
So we continued to search. Still, no dice.
And then, we saw an opportunity.
So, in our typical “see a problem, own a problem” fashion, we’ve decided to try and solve it.
Will we do any better than anyone else? Who knows? It may be a complete trainwreck. But we have to try.