How often do you review the week that was? 

Taking the time to do a weekly review of the week that was helps identify: 

👉What worked 

👉Whether all actions have been achieved 

👉What didn’t work

👉What hindered the flow 

👉What needs to be refined 

👉What needs to go

👉What needs to stay the same 

👉Who needs to be included

Establishing clear systems of accountability is an effective and efficient way to:

👉Review and follow up on action items from the start of the week

👉Address any bottlenecks

👉Streamline task delegation

👉Measure performance and productivity

👉Analyse progress, issues & risks

👉Acknowledge wins

👉End the week of on a high

It’s all too easy to get caught up in the ‘busy’ mindset and accomplish nothing.

Always plan to plan your week ahead because productive people do valuable work, not busy work.

Do you have a weekly review plan in place? 

Access the ‘Week In Review’ Template HERE.

Print it out. Put in shared areas. Contextualise it. Make it work for you. For your team. For your business. 

I trust this has been useful and that it brings some value and insights and maybe leads to some action and change around this topic for you.

Link to PDF HERE. 


by Alexandra Egan
Domino Effect Consulting & Facilitating –  R.E.S.E.T Your Thinking
Alexandra makes it easy for you to strategically think about, better manage and resolve any challenging situation. If you’re looking for someone to help you plan and prioritise your tasks, CLICK HERE and schedule in a free 30 minute strategy session.