A reflective journal helps to organise your thoughts and bring out new ideas. This article shares tips for keeping an effective, reflective journal and some available technology that might help you start.
In these times of uncertainty, it can feel like we are constantly on the go. We work hard to change, adapt, and respond to everything that is happening to us and our organisations.
Right now, in the middle of it all, it might be hard to see all the positives that this strange situation brings – how much we are actually learning about ourselves and our organisations.
So how do we make sure that we truly capture the learning from everything that we are currently experiencing? When was the last time that you sat down and genuinely gave yourself the time and headspace to reflect?
We are all different, so think about what would help you get started with your reflective practice today?
The article below will give you some helpful tips.