Reflective questions to ask during a debrief

Get the most out of your meeting by asking the types of questions that can draw a deeper analysis of the tasks and outcomes involved.

In this infographic the BelievePerform team look at reflective questions to ask during a debrief.

Categories: Sport Psychology Sign Up

This product is a digital download. Available to download for free with a membership.

× " />
  • What went well?
  • How did that make you feel?
  • What can you do to improve?
  • What was good?
  • What did you learn?
  • What will you do next time?
  • What happened and why?
  • What didn’t go so well?
  • How else could this have been handled?
  • What were you thinking then…?
  • How else could you solve the problem?
  • What would you do differently?
  • Can you tell me more?
  • How might your team view this situation?
  • How did you feel when…?
  • Why do you think that?
  • What goals could we set for the next meeting?
  • What did we actually achieve in relation to our team?
  • How could we have handled the situation better?
  • What caused our results?
  • What was your intent?
  • What contributed to our results?
  • What were you aiming to achieve?
  • How well did you use your strengths?
  • Did we do what we intended to do?
  • What can we take away for next time?
  • How could we build upon our strengths?
  • To what extent did we achieve our goals?
  • What were the critical behaviours and actions?
  • Who else can support you in your role?
  • What went against us or let us down?
  • What were our strengths as a team?
  • What is important to remember for the future?
  • What do I need to do less of?
  • What is important to remember for the future?
Access to 1000+ infographics Become a Member

Share this course