We can support you in and help you to structure your work and to prioritize your next actions. We do this through Mirroring Techniques that visualize your current achievements as well as areas that need action. Mirroring can be a key to guide you in your research, to understand how the different chapters and sections connect, to evaluate if research findings and literature review connect, and whether findings, analysis, and conclusions match with the initial problem or issue statement and your research questions. Mirroring will allow you to juggle front and back across chapters and actions, and to understand what has been achieved and what still must be done. The below Table of Content and section outtake shows the results that mirroring techniques can produce. To learn more about Mirroring Technique please also Read this blog post.
Mirroring in the TOC
We usually start by reviewing your most up to date table of content. The table of content.
Our TOC mirroring review is recommended for those that have already started with their data collection and where this collection has already been producing some initial findings. If you like to understand if your work is mature enough to benefit from a mirroring review, then please be welcome to send us your latest Table of Content (TOC) to obtain a FREE FEEDBACK of the maturity of your research and development needs.
Mirroring is a technique that must be gradually trained, and to support you in this training our TOC Mirroring review consists of three iterative feedback rounds process at a price of €500,-.
Alternatively, we can support you more closely on training the use of mirroring techniques alongside your progression as part of our coaching and mentoring services, which consist of weekly video Skype calls, commenting on drafts, reviewing and editing of drafts, as well as custom crafted instructions and training materials.