Organization should formulate strategies which encourages reflection to in the employees. Reflection process is the act in which individuals recapture their experience, ponder about it and give an evaluation of it. Reflection improves the employee’s performance as through reflection one is able to provide a solution new problem with reference to already met problems. Cognitive reflection is the major process through which individual obtain knowledge from the experience gained. Employees should embrace the cognitive reflection test so as to measure the personal tendency to override erroneous "gut" response and involve correct performance in the duties using knowledge from the experience gained. Self-regulation as a component build by reflection gives the individuals the ability to calm themselves after an upset faced in task performance. For reflection to work solid facts should exist. The facts help in relating the past experience and the task currently under the process (Alterio and McDrury, 2013 pp.90-93).
Reflection process has a major importance to the contribution of both the positive leadership and growth of organization. Leaders reflects on the already encountered situations when solving the emerging problems. Fresh students relate knowledge attained from an institution and past internships in their current working organization. Reflection also activates innovative minds in leadership and employees’ performance. This helps in personal gain and growth of an organization. Reflection helps the employees in building emotional intelligence components, self-awareness, and self-regulation. Self-awareness gives an individual the ability to comprehend his/her emotions, weaknesses, strengths, values and goals. Reflection needs that we review the cultural, class and assumption of gender. Some of the judgment made in services delivering by the employees lacks the knowledge of facts which affects the efficiency of the reflection. In general, reflections develop the attribute of lifelong graduate by initiating students' awareness about the benefit of analyzing past practice.
Alterio, M. and McDrury, J., 2013. Learning through storytelling in higher education: Using reflection and experience to improve learning. Routledge…, pp.90-93
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