Saturday November 28, 2020

Learn from your past, but don’t dwell on it

Incorporating a short, focused and honest period of reflection into your day will improve your leadership skills

24th April, 2016
You should never be too busy for self-reflection iStock

The value of both thinking and writing reflectively can be a powerful concept in the design of executive education programmes, which derives from the belief that learning behaviours, especially complex ones like leadership, are best done experientially.

While reading about leadership theory, biographies of leaders and ‘how to’ books can help you to increase your knowledge about leadership; becoming a better leader requires real experiential learning.

So, at a simple level, the more...

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