Category Archives: Change Management

Recreational to Developmental Team Building

This article covers … Difference between morale events and developmental team building Leveraging trust Using a shared experience to facilitate learning Taking advantage of a break-through to shift paradigms Difference between facilitation and training What is the difference between recreational … Continue reading

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The Art of Powerful Questions

After all my work, it still come back to the powerful questions. Leaders who ask powerful questions foster breakthrough thinking. What would it look like, for leaders in your organization, to foster breakthrough thinking? Who Question Outcome Watson and Crick … Continue reading

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Debate and Dialog

Debate is a conversation stuck current reality. Debate may lead to civilized conversation. However, it will not do much more then tweak the issues or system. Dialog is the envisioning of a reality that has not yet begun. It is … Continue reading

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Do you have an Immunity to Change?

While individuals and organizations might be committed to a certain change, what is preventing them from changing is their competing commitment(s.) Our Immunity Mapping guide will assist you in identify your competing commitments, dig deeper and find the underlying assumptions … Continue reading

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Trust Triangle

If your organization is lacking trust then leadership, group initiative and creativity suffer. Provide an environment to develop trust through straight talk, listening and making commitments. Some people ask “What is Strait Talk?” Strait talk is a balance of respect … Continue reading

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