Using the faces to provide feedback

The use of faces for feedback is intended to tap into how people intuitively feel about a meeting.
It is intended to enable people to give feedback quickly and effortlessly without having to think about it too much, and thereby maximise responses and increase our understanding of the value they believe the meeting has to them and their work.
However, we are all different, and while many people respond better to things that seem intuitive to them, others prefer a more cerebral approach – they like to confirm they understand the implications, and they typically have a number of questions they wish to ask, for example the ones listed below. If you share in any of these questions, please click on them to open up a deeper explanation. You may also find the resources listed below helpful.
 
What does clicking a particular face actually mean?
 
Is satisfaction with a meeting a true indicator of its value?
 
How does this logic relate to participation feedback?
 
How does this logic relate to qualities feedback?
 
Are we qualified to judge meeting effectiveness?
 
What happens to the feedback? Where is it used?
 
Can feedback I give be traced back to me?
 

 

Useful resources