When we don’t understand our own needs, we become subject to shiny object syndrome, overwhelm, and a lack of focus.
One way to get a better understanding of what you really need and want for your own evolution is to start doing CEO Debriefs on a regular basis.
This will allow you to have a more focused outlook on your business as a whole so you can set better goals for the future.
Learn from mistakes
Builds up resilience against obsolescence
Make changes where needed to optimise your business
Spot warning signs or triggers early on that could affect your business
You can build in learning from changing environments to your processes
John Dewey, one of the fathers of functional psychology, laid the groundwork for learning and development in organizations.
In 1938, he was quoted as saying: “There is an intimate and necessary relation between the processes of actual experience and education”.
When you do this your week follows the stages of experiential learning as follows:
Applying what works and what doesn’t
It’s time you carve out in your week
A CEO Debrief helps us to build a learning structure that fosters agility and preserves knowledge.