Writing lessons is only the beginning of your improvement cycle. If you want your lessons to really help you improve, you need to put them to use. Luckily, the Shamaym Platform helps you do that in a number of ways. Once you’ve written lessons, you can:
Turn your lessons into actions with a deadline to hold yourself accountable. Read more here.
Share your lessons with teammates to get their feedback, and tag them by topic so your whole team can find your learning when faced with a similar challenge. Read more here.
Be briefed on your lessons: receive them in your inbox before the next relevant event. Read more here.
However works best for you to use your lessons, think of them not as a product, but as a jumping off point for learning and improvement in your team — even for much-needed discussions about challenging topics at your next team meeting (Pro tip: the Team Learning feature in the Shamaym Platform creates a presentation out of your team’s debriefs, lessons, and comments). Do this often to create ongoing improvement cycles that help you meet your goals!