If only I knew then what I know now…

You stand facing new initiatives, with newly developed goals and targets to achieve. You are responsible for strategic choices, or for the plans which will ensure successful implementation. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to capture some of that retrospective learning and use it before you actually tackle the tasks in hand?  This team development event allows teams to experience some of that time shift and to plan for the future by taking themselves there!

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4h - 6h
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A magazine-style video challenge to retrospectively celebrate the achievements and successes of a team over a given period.

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How It Works

This event involves making a retrospective magazine-style video which celebrates the achievements and successes of the group over a given period. The process takes participants into the future, building on their visualisation skills to create clarity and detail in their perception of what future success and achievement would be like. Once the picture has become clearer, participants work together to develop imaginative and yet realistic examples of the actions, behaviours and attitudes which were demonstrated to achieve their objectives.

Who It’s For

Retrospective has been designed for teams and groups from across all organisational and functional levels, e.g. leadership teams, operational teams, project teams, sales teams, as well as multi-disciplinary, cross functional teams and groups.



Key Features

  • Lead Facilitator to position event & ground learning
  • Designed with the organisational context in mind
  • Fast-paced, fun & future-focussed
  • Professional videographer with broadcast-standard sound & vision equipment

Key Benefits

  • Creating & agreeing the vision of the future
  • Setting behavioural goals to contribute to business achievement
  • Determining the actions which will ensure effective implementation