Last fall, the Global Trellis team started reading Upstream: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen by Dan Heath. The conversations we have about cross-cultural life + upstream thinking + you are invigorating! I truly wish that each of you could participate in our discussions. (Future Town Hall topic?!)
In our last meeting, we discussed a chapter that talked about how important data is to help solve problems. Dan Heath distinguished between “data for the purpose of inspection” and “data for the purpose of learning.” Too often people gather data that isn’t used to learn information that will translate into directly helping those being surveyed.
We asked ourselves what we really know about you. We have educated guesses. For instance, part of Global Trellis is made up of individuals on the field and part of Global Trellis are folks in home offices serving people on the field. Both groups are welcome! Both groups are needed.
Roughly how many organization are represented? We don’t know.
Roughly what is the split between men and women accessing Global Trellis? We don’t know. But we do know that both are welcome!
What do people like about Global Trellis? We don’t know.
We want to know the answers to all of those questions . . . and more! Would you please help us by taking this survey?
Thank you for helping us serve you and others on the field! We will not share any of your personal information publicly or with other organizations. You can take it anonymously.
You could win!
1. As a small thank you, 10 will win a $10 Amazon gift card. (You might wonder how if it is anonymous? At the end you can share an email address if you want to be entered.)
2. If you are married, please take the survey separately. We are thrilled that you’re married, but we also see you each as individuals.
3. The survey will be open until March 31, 2021.
This survey will help us equip and develop you better . . . so thank you for helping us help YOU and others like you.