We'll show you how to design, construct, host and participate in a retrospective; driving continuous improvement through regular, deliberate reflection.Book a call
If your team could only have one meeting, it would have to be a retrospective; driving continuous improvement through frequent, deliberate reflection.
The team gathers on a regular cadence and unpacks what happened, what worked, what didn't work, the successes and the failures. Through this exercise, opportunities for improvement emerge and team culture is positively reinforced.
However, great retrospectives can often be challenging because we want them to be constructive and blame-free. Involving a skilled facilitator is often a good choice for ensuring retrospectives are positive in these ways.
Whether you've never had a retro or you hold them regularly, we're confident there is plenty you can learn.
In this workshop, you will...
You really kept us on track, and made sure all decisions and parking lot items were recorded. As a result, there was never a sense that something was "decided" but then lost, never to return to it again, and there was no derailing due to off topics, but rather an efficient use of the parking lot.
Anna M. - Director of Content - Sensu
PeopleStorming are excellent facilitators. They are incredible at gathering information, prepping with purpose, and creating an environment around the toughest issues that is healthy and constructive.
They use organizational improv in an innovative way to solve complex cultural problems. I have seen them push the envelope in terms of traditional facilitation and helping teams think about their retrospectives in new and interesting ways.
Zach B. - Head Of Infastructure - Riot Games
In addition to offering dedicated workshops and programs for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals.
If you'd be interested in participating as an individual, let us know...