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Posted: 5th May 2021
After a few months from delivering training, we are looking at how we can facilitate some reflection workshops to discuss challenges in applying knew knowledge, what went well, what went wrong and how things can be improved or mastered in the future. Do you know of any reflection techniques that might help in facilitating this kind of post-training workshop? Many thanks, Jane.
Hi Jane, in my experience, the best reflection techniques involve: a) re-visiting the purpose and intention of the training; b) identifying recent incidents or events where this training was or should have been relevant; c) looking at how people approached the situation from a different/new perspective as a consequence of the training; d) examining what went well for them and what difficulties they encountered; e) inviting their suggestions and input as to what may have worked better or what additional training they feel they need; f) evaluating their responses as individuals and a group/team to identify specific training needs; and g) seeking to ensure, as far as possible, that any future training meets their valid needs. As a consequence of this exercise you may also identify developments needs within the individuals outside of the scope of the training provided. Hope this is of some use. Regards, Kim
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