What is Reflective Learning?
Reflective learning is the deliberate practice of critically reviewing and analysing experience to gain knowledge and understanding. This way future performance can be improved though understanding and applying learning from pervious experience. Reflective learning is a simple and practical concept that defines the way adults learn. It is a practice that spans multiple disciplines from sports, Arts and Entertainment, Science and Engineering to Business and Strategy.
Reflective learning has the power to transform your years of experience into a wealth of wisdom and practical insight. It provides a framework and structure for helping teams to share and learn from their experiences, both positive and negative. It helps organisations harness the collective knowledge of its people. The shift to a learning culture, within an organisation, can create powerful drivers of innovation and adaptability to face the ever change challenges of the world around us. At the same time, a learning culture can provide a positive focus to overcome the corrosive effects of a blame culture
We use a range of techniques to help individuals, groups and teams reflect on their experiences and gain fresh insight, as well as introducing a range of theoretical concepts to help ground learning and encourage practical action as a response to learning. Reflective learning is a core part of the Fuel learning and development programmes and underpins much of the way we work with clients. Contact us to find out more about how the journey to becoming a learning culture can help your organisation.