regular reflection

regular reflection

[′reg·yə·lər ri′flek·shən]
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At the same time, I believe that individuals who personally renew are integral to organizations that renew--that deep connections to core values, regular reflection and disciplined thinking lie at the heart of any organization's health and help ensure its survival.
We must start from the top by having leadership teams that fuel collaboration, regular reflection and course correction driving business performance.
They are supported by agile HR practices that fuel collaboration, regular reflection, and rapid course correction, creating a difficult to replicate competitive advantage.'
It can be argued that, through regular reflection on their practice, teachers can gradually identify sources of problems they may confront while teaching.
Personally, I need to resume regular reflection and set aside time for my own reflection and mindfulness, to ensure I am grounded and ready to focus on the next problem in quality and safety in healthcare
When the incidence angle formed between the spherical wave and the tube wall is small, regular reflection will occur.
I cannot stress enough how important regular reflection and introspection is.
The NCUA suggests that this should include regular reflection by the board of directors on the institution's mission, membership, product mix, prospects, and succession plan.
What sometimes may happen is that time for regular reflection falls by the wayside.
Student teachers' concerns change in time with regular reflection.
"I'm right with him," James said, when told of Popovich's regular reflection upon last season's series.
The concept of national unity is something fragile, and requires regular reflection.