p. 45: self-care visible: “I’m going to gym”,-- the gym
p. 46: "we have a meeting with everyone to agree the work we’re take on this sprint."-- we're going to take on on this sprint?
p. 47 "Systematically spending time together grows extraordinarily deep relationships..."--this comes across as a general truism not specific to 6-monthly retreats. Isn't that what all these regular get-togethers are? In other words, this could go at the head of the chapter. Is there something about the biannual retreat format that constitutes a different kind of "spending time together" than that of the other meetings?
p. 48 bi-annual is not consistently hyphenated
p. 48: "it’s easy for the thrill of change to tip over into the anxiety of disorientation". That's beautiful. I haven't come across anything that great since "the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat". Nice one!