Critical Reflections: How Groups Can Learn from Success and Failure

Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), Christopher T. Ernst, Andre Martin
Critical Reflections is a process that leaders can use to help their groups learn lessons from key events, positive or negative. The basic process is short and simple. It begins with a key event and includes three stages: exploring—reliving the event and sharing perceptions of what happened; reflecting—reaching an understanding of how and why it happened; and projecting—harvesting lessons for the future. The goal is to create a specific action plan that will set the stage for a productive future.


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