Mindshift course: Reflective practice

Reflective practice is a way of studying your own experiences to improve the way you work and live and it’s really useful for anyone who wants to carry on learning throughout their lives. Thinking about what’s happened is part of being human but reflective practice requires a conscious effort to think about events and develop insights into them.

The act of reflection is a great way to increase confidence and become a more proactive and qualified professional but it will also give you useful techniques to use in your home life too.

You will develop these skills over a series of three workshops.

What will I learn?

A series of practical workshops will explore recognised reflective practice models, through individual, small group and whole group activities using coaching and thinking environment approaches.

We’ll help you develop and build critical reflection skills so you can take ownership of your preferred approach to self-directed reflective learning. You’ll also gain experience of facilitating reflective practice exercises for groups.

Learning will be focused around four themes – self-awareness, active listening, leadership and emotional intelligence.

Theories and approaches will include: Gibbs’ Reflective Model, Kolb’s Learning Cycle, Schon’s Model of Reflective Learning, Rolfe’s Reflective Cycle, Active Learning (via Action Learning Sets), and Wild Writing.

After completing all three workshops you’ll be able to:

  • Describe the purpose and benefits of reflective practice
  • Complete individual reflective practice exercises to aid self-directed learning
  • Recognise how to use a variety of reflective practice learning theories, actively, for individuals and groups
  • Design a reflective practice exercise(s) based on a recognised model
  • Facilitate a peer group action learning set

Who’s running it?

Jo Wainwright is an experienced learning and organisational development consultant, coach and facilitator. She is happiest in the business of behaviour change and creating time to think.

Sounds great, how do I sign up?

You can find out more about upcoming dates by getting in touch with us using the contact form below.



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