Reflecting on Reflection

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I’m a staunch advocate of the practice of reflection. The benefits are extraordinary: greater ability in sense making; developing a better understanding of yourself and others; recognising connections between people and practices; creating and maintaining space and reducing cognitive load. It can be easy to drop it in times of pressure, but that tends to be when it has the greatest value.

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Piers Campbell

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Building and coaching connected, high capability teams, and then writing about it.

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