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Always Be Learning

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The Always Be Learning retrospective format is designed to help spread knowledge within your team, but it can also be used to have a strong impact across the entire organization.

Why would you want to foster a learning culture?

Group learning is important as it cultivates a rich tapestry of diverse perspectives, encourages collaboration that deepens understanding, and provides a social framework for mutual support.

Learning as a team helps develop essential skills like effective communication and teamwork, which are, as you may imagine, crucial for success in various aspects of a team's life.

"A learning culture equips employees with a growth mindset, an appetite for risk-taking and embracing change as an opportunity for growth." (British Council, 2023)

How does this retrospective help foster a learning culture?

The "Always Be Learning" retrospective helps foster a culture of continuous improvement by:

  • facilitating knowledge sharing,
  • building a supportive team environment,
  • prompting reflection on individual and collective learning experiences.
  • encouraging proactive goal-setting,
  • and ingraining a mindset of adaptability and accountability,

How does the Always Be Learning retrospective work? (with examples!)

What I learned - What did I learn?

Reflect on and share a key insight or skill acquired recently.

e.g., I learned effective time management through handling multiple work projects simultaneously.

What I want to learn - What's on my learning wishlist?

Share your learning goals and interests to create a supportive environment for collaborative learning.

e.g., I want to learn Python to diversify my programming skills.

What I could teach - What could I teach others about?

Highlight areas of expertise you're open to sharing.

e.g., I could teach social media strategies and content creation based on my experience in digital marketing.

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Anders Rojewski
Co-Founder and Head of Product @ Neatro
I'm a Kaizen philosophy believer and I think there's room for continuous improvement in all teams and organizations. Wanna talk? Reach out to me on LinkedIn! I speak English, French, and a bit of Spanish.
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