Peer review is a way of learning from and with each other. In a group of 4-5 peers led by a process supervisor, you will go through four fixed steps.
Taking turns, all participants will offer an example of a real work situation which will serve as input to practice the four-step approach together. How will peer review benefit you?
- Peer review gives you the chance to look at a work problem in a different light;
- Peer review allows you to put your ideas into words;
- Peer review provides you with alternative ideas;
- Peer review contributes to the sharing of ideas, which in turn creates more understanding and recognition;
- Peer review teaches you to listen to each other better and to ask open questions;
- Peer review contributes to mutual trust and sincerity.