Jun 19, 2018
We all want to be better next time. The key to doing that is looking at what we've done so far. It doesn't take a genius to work that out, right?
Reflective Practice is the formal name for thinking about how to make it better next time - and that might include 'faster next time'. But if we're not careful, reflective practice doesn't increase productivity - it just wastes time by become self-indulgent gazing at your own glory... or worse, an exercise in making excuses for yourself.
On the other hand, Reflective Practice shouldn't take too long, otherwise the hassle-to-benefit ratio isn't worth it.
So in this ultra short (four minute) episode, I skim over the system we use here to make sure our training courses and my presentations are better next time...