Enhance your self-development skills with this introduction to reflective practice. Delivered online over 2 half day sessions. This training is aimed at anyone working in community development in Birmingham, those who ‘work with’ people so they can take collective action to make changes to things that are important to them and their communities. You may be in, or manage, paid or volunteering roles called; Community/ Enabler, Connector, Helper, Builder, Guide, Networker, Liaison or Development Worker etc. 

The process of Reflective Practice has many advantages. It helps to develop emotional intelligence, particularly if we reflect on feelings, reactions and behaviours. Finally, reflection is the key to personal and professional development.

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Objectives:

• At the end of this, your participants will be able to:

• Describe the purpose and benefits of reflection

• Identify types of workplace reflection

• Learn from experiences

• Improve personal and team performance

• Use different models for reflection

Participants taking this course will be better able to:

• Build effective working relationships by better understanding their attitude and behaviours.

• Better manage conflict situations by establishing the cause and effect.

• Learn from past success and failure to identify personal development opportunities.

• Actively apply learning in the working environments.

• Cope with change more effectively by being better able to understand emotions.

• Monitor and measure your own performance and support personal development plans.

This training is part of the broader programme of the new Community Development Practice Hub, which aims to connect, inspire and upskill community development practitioners across the city.