Giving and Receiving Feedback Webinar

Part 2


Do you get feedback on your writing at work, or are you the one who gives the feedback? Either way, you’re part of a relationship between feedback giver and feedback receiver. By treating that relationship with care, you can develop your writing and feedback skills, and your workplace relationships.

In this two-part video series, Anne Janzer and Erin Lebacqz take on the feedback process.

Learning Objectives

In Feedback - Part Two, Erin offers actionable strategies and exercises, including:

  • Phrasing feedback in a way that supports the writer.
  • Maintaining a growth mindset throughout the feedback process.
  • Writing with a formula that ensures your feedback is actionable.



Erin Lebacqz takes the lead in this webinar. Here's how she uses WordRake in her work:

"WordRake has helped my writing by helping me recognize patterns I often use in my writing. WordRake helps me identify potential 'tonal fails' and revise before I send my work into the world with a tone that’s not ideal."

For more practical advice on how you can improve your business writing, check out 10 Practical Ways to Put Writing Advice into Action.

Editorial feedback and a commitment to clarity shouldn’t be reserved for major projects and long documents. All business communication can be improved—no matter how short or routine. Software like WordRake will help any writer reconsider jargon and wordiness. Simply seeing each suggested edit on your screen will raise questions and promote deeper thinking. Now, every writer in your organization can benefit from a sophisticated editor with deep knowledge. With WordRake, editing advice is always available at the push of a button. Try WordRake for better writing in Microsoft Word and Outlook.

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About Erin Lebacqz

Erin Lebacqz created the High-Value Writing program to help business writers develop more clarity and confidence in their writing. Her book, High-Value Writing: Real Strategies for Real-World Writing, is based on conversations with thousands of writers around the world, and provides down-to-earth strategies and examples. Erin has been teaching writing for 25 years, both in the United States and internationally.

Anne Janzer 2023 Circle


About Anne Janzer

Anne Janzer is a nonfiction book coach and the author of multiple award-winning books on writing, including The Writer’s Process and Writing to Be Understood. She is fascinated by the science and mystery of writing, and is always searching for clues to better communication. Find her books and blog posts at