You can improve your effectiveness with quick a "kerbside" review!
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You can improve your effectiveness with quick a "kerbside" review!

April 9, 2014

by Tony Vidler

One of the most effective Professional Development tools that any professional can use is one that takes only a couple of minutes after each client meeting.

It is the “kerbside review” (apologies to the Anglophiles for the American spelling – but this concept did originate in America I believe!)

It provides a structured and relatively detached or objective approach to self analysis, and with a focus on personal improvement in the areas that matter most: how effectively you are engaging with clients.

in the quick video below we discuss the 3 R’s in a bit more detail and explain how to think about using them and conducting the self assessment.

The 3 R’s to conducting an effective and snappy self assessment that is focussed on helping yourself to improve each engagement are:

  1. What was the RESULT?
  2. What is the REASON for the result?
  3. What is my RESPONSE to that?

watch the video to learn more…

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