Finish Your Next Launch With a Retrospective and Reap the Benefits
What’s the best way to get the lessons learned from a launch and have an actionable improvement plan for next time?
Answer: a retrospective.
Retrospectives are meetings held after a launch to discuss what happened internally during the launch planning, release and promotional phases.
If you run an online business and are bringing together a team for product, event or course launches, retrospectives are a crucial opportunity to get everyone together in the same Zoom room to discuss what happened.
If you’re hiring and working with remote freelancers—people who are independent thinkers and prioritize flexible schedules—it’s especially important to create a work culture of open communication, honesty, and continuous improvement.
I’m here with guest Becky Rubenstein to wrap up my Launch series on Unicorns Unite with a very important element of a successful launch: the Retrospective or debrief.
Becky is a brand strategist and a content creator who believes work should be meaningful and human centered.
After recovering from corporate burnout, Becky launched a freelance business helping women-led entrepreneurs and organizations tell their stories so they can build the businesses of their dreams. She also helps solo-preneurs who are ready to scale create healthy remote team processes.
Becky shares how retrospectives benefit business owners and their teams.
Tune in to this episode and learn to how:
- Increase team productivity by 25%
- Create a culture of open communication, honesty, and continuous improvement
- Build trust and better working relationships with remote teams of freelancers
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