What our client’s think
Couldn’t have implemented such a positively received integrated program without the willingness and support from you Georgia and your fab team. We have a easily digestible, real and relatable set of frames and thoughtful videos to help us as we grow our feedback culture. Big thanks
Erin Torsello, Director Capability and Talent at NSW EPA
Georgia and her team are not only consummate professionals, they have created a program that finds a great balance between being no nonsense and highly practical while also being kind and compassionate. Their insight and content focuses on developing a healthy feedback culture, with an organisation wide emphasis to bring about systemic change. The leaders who have fully engaged with the online and workshop content have reported that they have found it hugely beneficial and it has built their confidence to provide feedback and hold tough conversations. This is a program worth rolling out, I strongly recommend it!
Haydee Toltz, Senior Partner Leadership and Organisational Development at NSW EPA
Georgia was relaxed, clear and professional in her delivery which made it really easy to watch the modules. Loved how the modules were short and sweet. The navigation pane was easy to go back to so you could skip ahead or back if required – this will be really important.
I liked the meerkat, magpie cartoons. Nice that it’s GM’s ‘brand’. Easily identifiable. I really liked the story telling element and how personable GM was and is. This is her brand but cannot be undersold in how great this part is.
Alice Rugg, Change and Capability Partner at Pitcher Partners
What a privilege it has been to access and learn from the ‘Feedback that doesn’t suck!’ modules. The videos are great to watch, to the point, and the worksheets are a great support. It has assisted me in providing clear content and checking my intent. They have given me greater confidence in providing feedback. Recent comments from my business partners have supported a noticeable change in my delivery of feedback and receiving of feedback.
Laura Green, Head of People & Resourcing Manager at Bupa Australia
This program is GOLD DUST. Georgia has managed to capture the highly unique and impactful ‘Feedback doesn’t suck’ that she delivers in person into an online learning program. Everything in this program is engaging, insightful and built in a way that creates so many ‘A-Ha’ moments. Feedback doesn’t suck’ delivers Georgia’s brilliant and pragmatic story telling skills, expertise and no BS approach to helping people get better at giving and receiving feedback at work and in life. It’s a game changer for how to create better conversations and relationships. Highly recommend!
Kelly Kirby, Principal Practices, Learning & Change Lead at Atlassian
Feedback that doesn’t suck addresses the thoughts and feelings I have in my mind but am sometimes to worried to say out loud. I learnt about some practical strategies to assist in my own feedback journey, one thing that stood out was little changes we make have the biggest impact on others
Shauna McLean, Leader of Capability, Leadership and Inclusion at TelstraSuper
This course has taken us from feedback-phobic to feedback enthusiasts. While we’d done tons of reading and team discussion on feedback, we couldn’t see what was truly holding us back from providing and receiving the kind of feedback that makes us a better team. Georgia addresses these things from the very first session, and gave us a clear framework for how to work with each other and with our clients. I’m already seeing a difference in the level of care, respect, and clarity with which we communicate.
Orphelie LeChat, Client Success Lead at Integrity
The program, “Feedback That Doesn’t Suck” is certainly a program that doesn’t suck – in fact, it’s fantastic! The content is not only insightful but also very practical whilst all delivered with Georgia’s engaging style. This program will be suitable for anyone who is new to the workforce right up to the most senior levels. Most of us find providing and receiving constructive feedback uncomfortable but it is such feedback that helps us all grow and helps our workplace cultures thrive – and this program is incredibly helpful in overcoming that discomfort and preparing to provide and receive feedback effectively. Highly recommend.
Yvette Mandaras, CPO at VGW
Georgia’s pragmatic and honest approach to feedback is an essential skill to having conversations that matter. This three part series has helped me to build further confidence and capability to lean into conversations and talk to the issue in a clear and kind way. So get cracking, jump in and embrace your inner Meerkat.
Erin Clarke, Human Resources Director at Moet Hennessey
Not only working and learning with Georgia was engaging and inspiring, the ‘Feedback that Doesn’t Suck!’ program is a cut above the rest. The content and delivery method is of the times, easy to work through, and ‘actually’ useful. I would highly recommend to any person or company looking to invest in their leaders, nailing the art of feedback is key, and Georgia’s program and approach hits the nail on the head.
Kiah Hunter, Learning and Development, Environment Regulatory Practice at NSW EPA
LOVING Georgia Murch’s latest online course “Feedback that Doesn’t Suck Program” so far. Super well produced videos, easy to digest content and powerful self-analysis models as well as easy to implement tools to get my feedback skills instantly jedi-like. Brilliant!
Rachel Sparkes, Head of P&C at Enable
Once I commenced the online program, I simply couldn’t stop listening to it! I found Georgia’s approach very pragmatic and practical. No fluff and direct, perfect for the busy executive! The ‘sound bits’ are short, sharp and efficient. The tips and ticks are easy to follow and given that part of the program encourages the participant to become engaged by writing their own narrative, examples and application to their ‘here and now’, by the end of the program, I knew exactly what to do, when and the best approach to take. I love the playfulness behind the messaging, as well as the softness in Georgia’s approach, yet targeted to get it done in the most empathetic yet productive way. Georgia provides a ‘humanistic’ approach to becoming a better person, both professionally and personally, helping us to foster and grow our relationships, built on honesty, trust and empathy.
Claudia Haeger, Executive Leader at Tennis Vic