WHAT IS REVIEWING?
Some common assumptions that will be challenged...
"Reviewing is analysing mistakes."
It can also involve unravelling puzzling experiences, reliving enjoyable ones, or investigating the causes of success.
"Reviewing is all talk."
Reviewing does not need to be 'all talk' - there are many other ways of communicating effectively.
"Reviewing ends with looking ahead."
Some benefits happen without the aid of a plan or action point.
What matters in reviewing, however formal or informal,
routine or adventurous it might be, is that it actually helps people
to learn from their experience.
The quotes above are taken from 'Playback: A Guide to Reviewing Activities' by Roger Greenaway, the facilitator of this workshop. Material for this workshop will be drawn from this handbook, as well as from Roger's PhD thesis about management learning and development. Participants are welcome to bring their own reviewing resources/ideas.