L&D: All the Learning Happens in the Debriefings – Sometimes

Debriefings Are Important

From Thiagi:

People don’t learn from experience; they learn from reflecting on their experience.

Slide1

Too Often Time Runs Out and Debriefings Get Short Changed

Manage the clock if it is important!

Slide2

Is Your Media the Right Media for What Is to Be Conveyed?

All too often the media of Webinars or any other Group Paced mode – isn’t necessary. Except for the Debriefings part. Which are important.

What to do? Thiag suggests this:

Debriefing through Journal Writing

Slide3

Six Phases of Debriefing

From http://thiagi.net/archive/www/pfp/IE4H/february2004.html#Debriefing

People don’t learn from experience; they learn from reflecting on their experience.

  • Phase 1: How Do You Feel?
  • Phase 2: What Happened?
  • Phase 3: What Did You Learn?
  • Phase 4: How Does This Relate To The Real World?
  • Phase 5: What If?
  • Phase 6: What Next?

See the source for a quick explanation of these 6 phases.

A Few More Items From Sivasailam Thiagarajan and His Friends

Thirty-Five for Debriefing

http://www.squarewheels.com/articles2/thiagi.html

https://blog.sessionlab.com/thiagi-methods-in-sessionlab-library/

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