Finally it came to an end of our last presentaiton. I totally agree with Paul that we have improved a lottttttt. I did notice how much we have developed and grown in our last presentaion as comparing from the very first one in CBE. I still remember the scene on that day and the past feeling of being very stressed and nervous before having a persentation and also with my note written out word for word. The last presentaion was so much different, no one used any note at all. I felt more relaxed, confident in myself even though I didnt manage to cover every single point that I would like to mention and had the feeling that I could have done much better. However, one of the most valuable learning points on presentation that I gained from MBE is no one knows what you are going to say in the presentation. Missing something that you want to mention is still better than covering everything just by reading your note but without eye contact and interaction with your audiences. This is not what a presentation should be like.
Besides, what I realised is that the learning is truly continuous journey in this safe environment. It was not surprising, instead still very interesting to see the different approach and diverse presentations from each group on the same topic. Since it was our last presentation, it was apparent that every single one of us spent a lot of time, effort and perpared so much on it. Of course there will always be room for improvement. Our group should have focused a bit more in EFQM analysis and tried not to spend too much time on background information and advantages on both knowledge and asset management. Anyways, thank you soooooooooo much to my team and I think we did a greatttttttttt job!!!!. It is great to acknowledge how far we have come. MBE has taught me to believe in myself, to respect other opinions and be flexible to make changes. When delivering a presentation in the future, I will have that self belief, confidence and try to incorporate everything that I learnt from MBE. Thank you, MBE!!!