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ASPIRING MANAGERS

Reflective Practice

References

Deliberate Practice

Application to Role

Coaching Tools as Frameworks

What is Reflective Practice?

Index

"Linda Finlay defines reflective practice as the process of learning through and from experience, leading to new insights about oneself and/or practice. It involves critically evaluating one’s responses to practice situations and improving future practice."

What is reflective practice?

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Enhanced Self-Awareness: Reflective processes heighten coaches’ self-awareness. By analyzing their actions, decisions, and behaviors, coaches can recognize both adaptive (effective) and maladaptive (ineffective) aspects of their coaching approach.Insight and Learning: Asking powerful questions and using specific tools allow clients to reflect on their experiences. This process increases the opportunity for insight and personal learning, enabling coaches to choose effective paths forward. Continuous Learning: Reflective practice involves thinking about one’s actions to engage in continuous learning. Coaches who actively reflect can improve their craft (knowing-in-action) and make informed decisions during coaching sessions.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People - Covey, 2004.

As a framework

Coaching Tools

"BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND"

"Deliberate practice refers to a special type of practice that is purposeful and systematic. While regular practice might include mindless repetitions, deliberate practice requires focused attention and is conducted with the specific goal of improving performance." - James Clear

Deliberate Practice

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Where does reflective practice fit in?

APPLICATION TO YOUR ROLE

- What situations and scenarios could reflective practice be useful for?- How could it be built into everyday / weekly rotuines and practices?

FOR YOUR TEAM

- As an aspiring manager?- In your current role?- With your colleagues?- With your manager / mentor?

FOR YOU

Applied Coaching Research and Journal (2019). Thinking On Your Feet: How Coaches Can Use Reflection-in-Action to Develop their Coaching Craft. APPLIED COACHING RESEARCH JOURNAL 2019, Vol. 4, [online] 4. Available at: https://www.ukcoaching.org/getattachment/Resources/Topics/Research/Applied-Coaching-Research-Journal-April-2020-V-%281%29/Thinking-on-Your-Feet-How-Coaches-Can-Use-Reflection-In-Action.pdf?lang=en-GB.Bassot, B. (2020). Reflective Journal. 2nd ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan.Clear, J. (n.d.). Deliberate Practice: What It Is, What It’s Not, and How to Use It. [online] James Clear. Available at: https://jamesclear.com/deliberate-practice-theory#:~:text=Deliberate%20practice%20refers%20to%20a.Hewson, D. and Carroll, M. (2016). APPROACHES TO REFLECTIVE PRACTICE. [online] Available at: https://reflectivesupervision.com/resources/APPROACHES%20TO%20REFLECTIVE%20PRACTICE.pdf [Accessed 19 Jun. 2024].International Coaching Federation. (2020). 3 Practical Ways to Create Reflection in Coaching. [online] Available at: https://coachingfederation.org/blog/create-reflection-in-coaching.Pendrey, A. (2022). The little book of reflective practice : a practical guide to the early years. New York: Routledge.UK Coaching. (2020). Reflecting on Your Practice: Considerations for Coaches. [online] Available at: https://www.ukcoaching.org/resources/topics/guides/subscription/reflecting-on-your-practice-considerations-for-coa [Accessed 19 Jun. 2024].

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