Time to Reflect
Reflection is a valuable leadership practice
With this in mind, given that we are now in the second half of 2019, I’d like to encourage you to spend 10 – 15 minutes reflecting on the questions below. You may want to consider these questions in the context of your own personal leadership or in the context of the team that you are leading.
- What one thing went really well in the first six months and what were the three biggest reasons for this?
- What one thing did not go well in the first six months and what were the three biggest reasons for this?
- What one lesson can you learn from this and take forward to help you finish 2019 even better than expected?
Reflection leads to robust planning
I hope that this 15 minute exercise practised regularly can help you form plans for the future that are more robust and rooted in lessons you’ve already learned.
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