Tag Archives: reflective learning

6 steps to getting Lessons *Learned*

Lesson learning, retrospectives, look-backs, AALs, AARs, whatever you call it, it makes sense to learn what works and doesn’t within your own organisation – stops you reinventing the wheel, shares expertise around, keeps clients happy etc etc. So why don’t … Continue reading

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To whom do you owe your knowledge?

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Mistakes happen …

I’ve just read an excellent post by Gordon Exall on his Civil Litigation Brief blog. You can read it here. You should read it – but in a minute, after you’ve finished mine 🙂 It talks about what can happen “when it … Continue reading

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Failure is not fatal

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The important thing…

 

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Dolly reflects!

  Dolly knows the importance of reflective learning! More on reflective learning here, with a free download.

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7 ways to learn

You’ve realised that with the changes to CPD (read more here), you have to approach your learning in a different way. You’ve spent some time reflecting on your recent experiences and made a list of areas for development … now … Continue reading

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