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Please make sure you label your learning journal correctly. I've done it for you now. I wonder if you missed doing the labels because you were late submitting your journal?
I would say your journal is interesting overall as your points are easy to understand even without using real life examples. I like your writing style as well, just simple and precise. I would suggest you to use your personal experience as example to strengthen your argument. This is a piece of simply beautiful writing. Keep going and I believe you will change better after this week.
Adam, your learning journal would probably benefit from being more focused. It would have been better to do either 'effective followership' or 'Level 5 leaders'. As it stands, the learning journal skips rather lightly over both topics.
There is little evidence of progression through either Daudelin's recommended structure to learning journals or Kolb's experiential learning cycle. It might help if you started with something you did during the week that did not go the way you had hoped. In describing it you would naturally begin with some concrete experience. That way you could then use either Daudelin's or Kolb's framework to deepen your reflection and learning.
A good test of a learning journal is to ask yourself at the end of the journal, "What can I do (or am now trying to do) differently or better than before I began".
Thanks for the feedback, I will try to incorporate it in this weeks one. Sometimes it can be difficult to distinguish a meaning or place for improvement if all is going well. Aversion creates the need for change but statuesque provides very little to contemplate. Would it be beneficial to incite aversion within the group dynamic or is there another way to tackle this problem of no problems?
"No problems" ... recast it as something that you've done that you would like to do even better.