What we learn from the self-assessments, river diagram and stairs diagram.

What we Learn in Guyana from the Self Assessments, River and the Stairs Diagrams
  • Self Assessment Framework: Helps us to access how well we re doing now, what levels we're at, and to set targets for the future.

  • The River Diagram: Helps us compare our performance and progress with others groups/organization/communities etc.

  • The Stairs Diagram: Helps us identify whom to share experience with a particular practice so that we can improve our selves and reach our targets and dreams.

We Learn that
  1. There are great potentials for learning and shearing
  2. Everyone has areas of strengths as well has areas for improvement
  3. Everyone has something t learn and something to shear
  4. We may be at level 5, but there's always room for improvement, it doesn't mean we're prefect. Its also important to maintain the high levels.

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Comment by Usa Duongsaa on February 10, 2010 at 9:10am
Thank you for posting this, Korey!

Comment by Geoff Parcell on February 9, 2010 at 8:55pm
Simply and eloquently put Korey! Thanks


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