Enhancing Team Performance through Debriefing

Enhancing Team Performance through Debriefing

Mandy Hickson

25 years: Ex-RAF pilot & leadership expert

In this video, Mandy talks about the 3 key areas leaders should focus on to build a world class team. She talks about how performance quality is defined by the execution of a well thought out plan. And then goes on to explain how performance and planning must constantly be reviewed in a debrief to achieve optimal results.

In this video, Mandy talks about the 3 key areas leaders should focus on to build a world class team. She talks about how performance quality is defined by the execution of a well thought out plan. And then goes on to explain how performance and planning must constantly be reviewed in a debrief to achieve optimal results.

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Enhancing Team Performance through Debriefing

11 mins 3 secs

Overview

Debriefing is a simple, straightforward, powerful tool that you can save significant time and effort in the long-run by preventing execution errors - while getting stronger, smarter and faster than your competition. By learning from your successes and failures through debriefing, you can rapidly improve your team’s performance.

Key learning objectives:

  • What is debriefing, and why is it important?

  • What are three key tips for debriefs?

  • What are the five hallmarks of effective debriefing?

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Mandy Hickson

Mandy Hickson

Mandy Hickson was one of the first female fighter pilots in the Royal Air Force having joined in 1994. Mandy has over 25 years experience within aviation, operating in hostile environments, including patrolling the ‘No Fly’ zone, flying over 50 combat missions over Iraq. Drawing on her experience of calculated risk-taking, leadership, decision-making under pressure and the critical role of the human in the system, Mandy now transfers these lessons from the cockpit to many other management and leadership contexts.

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