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2012Why Self-Reflection Matters
Tricia BroderickDirector of DevelopmentTechSmith• 16 years of professional experience• 6 years of Agile experience• B.S. C...
What is the most absurdthat you have received?FEEDBACK
360 FeedbackInformation that highlights perceptions of the employeefrom customers, managers, peers, direct reports, etc.
To exercise introspection and the willingness to learnmore about your fundamental nature, purpose andessence.Self-Reflection
“Speaking the Truth”
What might each personthink during the silence?
What might each person learnas a result of this event?
Feedback alone is not enough…you must reflectOtherwise, you run the risk ofperceptions limiting youropportunities.
“Inability to Relate”
What might each person thinkat the end of the meeting?
What might each person learnas a result of this event?
It means focusing on a willingnessto learn various perspectives andpurposes.Reflecting does not meanagreement…
To exercise introspection and the willingness to learnmore about your fundamental nature, purpose andessence.Self-Reflecti...
So begin your self-reflection now…Why was thatabsurd?FEEDBACK
Thank You!
Why Self Reflection Matters
Why Self Reflection Matters
Why Self Reflection Matters
Why Self Reflection Matters
Why Self Reflection Matters
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Why Self Reflection Matters

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Why Self Reflection Matters

  1. 1. 2012Why Self-Reflection Matters
  2. 2. Tricia BroderickDirector of DevelopmentTechSmith• 16 years of professional experience• 6 years of Agile experience• B.S. Computer Science & Engineering• Energized by coaching & mentoringboth individuals and teams
  3. 3. What is the most absurdthat you have received?FEEDBACK
  4. 4. 360 FeedbackInformation that highlights perceptions of the employeefrom customers, managers, peers, direct reports, etc.
  5. 5. To exercise introspection and the willingness to learnmore about your fundamental nature, purpose andessence.Self-Reflection
  6. 6. “Speaking the Truth”
  7. 7. What might each personthink during the silence?
  8. 8. What might each person learnas a result of this event?
  9. 9. Feedback alone is not enough…you must reflectOtherwise, you run the risk ofperceptions limiting youropportunities.
  10. 10. “Inability to Relate”
  11. 11. What might each person thinkat the end of the meeting?
  12. 12. What might each person learnas a result of this event?
  13. 13. It means focusing on a willingnessto learn various perspectives andpurposes.Reflecting does not meanagreement…
  14. 14. To exercise introspection and the willingness to learnmore about your fundamental nature, purpose andessence.Self-ReflectionAre you limiting yourself bynot reflecting because you:- Relied only on feedback- Disagreed with feedback- Didn’t relate to messenger- Didn’t value observer role- Already learned everything
  15. 15. So begin your self-reflection now…Why was thatabsurd?FEEDBACK
  16. 16. Thank You!

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