Deliberate practice helps us to change or improve a particular performance.
We usually think about practice as repetition, sometimes mindless repetition. Deliberate practice requires focused attention and is conducted with the specific goal. In this talk, Janet shares ideas and examples about how to use deliberate practice in your work (or in your life) to change how you do something, or perhaps improve how you do it. For example, you’ve learned a new technique in the conference but not sure how to implement it, or you know you are an adequate exploratory tester but want to improve, or maybe you even want to achieve a new career goal.
Join Janet to take away key ideas to get you to start practicing with a deliberate focus, and hopefully have a bit of fun too.