As an organization, we often take time to reflect upon the things we’ve done. What went well? What didn’t? What would we like to change in the upcoming timeframe? What would we like to improve upon?
Below, we’ve outlined three great example questions to choose from, which can help you and your organization reflect on your successes and put your best foot forward.
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Celebrating Our Success
Question: What are some excellent examples of our successes to celebrate from this past year/season/quarter?
Step back and take a breather -- the first order of business should be to reflect on all that you’ve accomplished this year. People have worked hard and achieved great things - that’s something that should be heard loud and clear. Stories and examples can help bring those successes to life, so open the floor to some of your bards to share tales of their victories.
Question: What are some lessons learned that we should carry forward to be successful next year/season/quarter?
Even the best pancake in the world has two sides to it (don’t ask us what this means -- we just made it up, but it sounds wise). A lot of things went well over this last year, but what didn’t? It’s a heck of a vulnerable question. Trust us, though - this is one that gets some of the best and most actionable feedback.
Planning for a Success
Question: What are some things we need to do for our team to be successful this coming year/season/quarter?
Get key insights and actionable feedback before those desks are empty for the break. We’ve all been there: folks are back from the holidays; new projects are underway; priorities come up, and the new year can fly by in the blink of an eye.
Now is a great opportunity to check-in and get an idea of what’s going to best serve and suit the organization. That way people can return refreshed, rejuvenated, and full of holiday cheer - and hit the ground running with a clear, unified strategy for the upcoming year.
Are you getting into the groove now? These simple but powerful questions are the perfect jumping-off points for meaningful, engaging, and insightful exchanges that will guide you and your organization to success in the upcoming year.
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