Have your team answer meditative questions and review the results together for deeper insight.
Drop a metaphoric pebble on the surface and watch ripples of progress turn to waves.
Keep it clear: Gain insight into your team’s skills and build a group plan for future development.
Know your image: Gather team-wide perspectives to better understand how players perceive the project or process.
Dip your toes: Give teammates the chance to share new information about business initiatives.
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Used to provide space for every team member to offer their opinions and insights, reflections for team meetings are an essential way to foster communication and improvement. This four-part diagram uses each quadrant to address a thoughtful reflective question geared towards your specific project or problem.
To promote reflection before the meeting, ask your team to fill out their reflection individually, either a few days in advance or just before you come together to share. Or, you can work together to develop one shared reflection for the meeting that takes every voice into account.
Start by downloading FigJam’s free meeting reflections template, which allows you to easily plug your unique questions into a flexible grid.
Once you have your diagram, add one reflective question at the top of each box. Then ask your team to fill out their answers, either on their own before the meeting reflection starts or together as part of your agenda. You’ll be able to collectively analyze results for a strong impression of your team’s feelings and perceptions.
Reflections for team meetings are best posed in question form, so every session starts by developing those queries. Check out these suggestions of reflection ideas for staff meetings:
1. What is the ideal team dynamic we strive towards?
2. What areas are achieving excellent results?
3. What are some issues that need to be addressed?
4. How am I performing in this role?
5. How could I leverage my skills to better assist the team?