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  • The art of reflection

    The art of reflection “Once is coincidenceTwice is strikingThree times is pattern” October 19-21 2018 DEWT held their 8th annual peer conference with “Developing expertise in software testing” as theme. I had the honour to open the conference with my experience report called “Mentoring and coaching to develop skills”. In the open season after my experience report and during the rest of the peer conference we talked about reflection on several occasions. I think one of the most important skills in learning is reflection. My vision on learningLearning is the process of acquiring new or adapting existing knowledge, behaviours, skills, values ​​or preferences. Learning is much more than knowing: putting the learned into practice and gaining experience with it is important to truly internalise real knowledge and to gain skill. Learning must be linked to experiences from daily practice. By reflecting on knowledge and skills, so-called learning loops are created. Learning is an ongoing process: the world is changing fast and to be excellent in your role requires many skills. So it is important to keep up! To learn effectively, learning should come from yourself, with intrinsic motivation and personal responsibility. Learning requires a positive and open learning environment in which you can safely come out of your comfort zone to try new things. The safe environment gives confidence to make mistakes and to experiment with new knowledge and skills. It also demands a certain degree of challenge. How big the challenge is, is different for everyone. It is not that you always have[…]

    22.07.2019 | 3:02 קרא עוד...
  • Leaders, do you understand the impact of your conversation style on your team?

    Leaders, do you understand the impact of your conversation style on your team? In today’s connected world, we are continuously witnessing or being directly part of conversations where there are two positions/ideas defended. Usually it is one side that supports “A” as the good option and the other that supports “B”. These conversations become quickly polarising and even though A and B have a lot in common, what the 2 parts focus is on the differences and for the first section it would be something like “B includes X that is terrible because blah blah blah” and on the other hand somebody will respond “Well, A also says Y hence it is wrong because blah blah blah”. If you are a twitter user you will know exactly what i’m talking about, if you’re not I’m sure you can relate it to live conversations you have had in your life. One thing that these conversations have in common is that they never bring anybody to any sort of agreement. Focussing on what’s wrong in somebody’s idea is the easiest way of making an enemy. All we hear is “you’re wrong” and as humans that carry an ego, this is the worst way of starting a conversation. Relationships deteriorate. Twitter and social media can be turned off, conversations muted at cetera so we have a safe place to go when something becomes too much for us. A place we cannot escape as easily as that is our workplace. Leaders have a big role to play in creating an environment where polarising conversations don’t happen and[…]

    22.07.2019 | 9:12 קרא עוד...
  • QA Music: Monsters

    It’s been a while since we’ve had any Shinedown on the blog, so here’s “Monsters”: I know, it’s been a while since we’ve had anything on the blog. I’m working on it.

    22.07.2019 | 6:56 קרא עוד...

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