Reflective practices allow us to evaluate ourselves and our teams, enhance creativity, and dedicate time to deep thinking – but how do we actually achieve this in practice?
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In our previous article – Learning from the NHS: Why we should adopt reflective practices – we discussed the benefits of reflective practice. Now, we’ll take you through how to actually rewire your thinking and adopt reflective practices into your daily routine.

Practical advice for managers wanting to learn more about being a reflective practitioner

Reflective practice is an accessible concept open to us all, however, it takes time and commitment to establish oneself as a reflective practitioner. Professionals proactively and willingly engage with the reflective practice in order to get the best out of it.

Want to learn more about how to get a reflective mindset?


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