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Maintaining what we’ve leaned

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Maintaining what we’ve leaned

What tips do you have for us to keep the program alive when we go back to our day jobs?

RE: Maintaining what we’ve leaned

Hi Kim,

The most reliable approach to this is to first follow up the first action that you identified at the end of the session and integrate that into your work/practice.

Then set some time aside within the next week to review the material, both the notes that you took and the manual. There will be differences between the two and reviewing them will stick the information more firmly into your memory.

Then, having integrated that first point, have a look to see if there's a natural second point. And then repeat.

This is all on an individual level and goes for pretty much any subject.

For this particular topic you need to add a team level. Once people have reviewed the material then you need to set aside some time to discuss it as a team. And from there you and Tash need to decide which parts you're going to implement and you may benefit from discussing that as a team.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.


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