Category Archives: Mohammed Raei

Mohammed has experience in R&D, sales, marketing, business development, and quality management. He received a master’s degree in management and leadership and a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering. Mohammed loves reading, air hockey, shuffle board, and ping pong.

When I say (or think) “I do not trust him?” What does that mean?

The authors of Group Genius, Extraordinary Groups,and Paradoxes of Group Life consider trust one of the most important conditions of high performance teams. But what does trust really mean? When I say (or think) “I do not trust him?” What … Continue reading

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What Leaders need to know about themselves?

Self awareness was sited as the most significant capacity for developing leaders. With that in mind, should you go to psychotherapy? Should you read psychology and self-help books? Should you join a covenant group? Sure, that would help but that … Continue reading

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What is the facilitator cooking?

The other day, my cousin called me on Skype, she talked about her new job as a pastry chef in some upper-scale bakery in Vancouver, BC. Because her training was more focused on cooking, it was initially hard for her … Continue reading

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What is Deep Team Building?

You attended a “team building” a couple of months ago.  It was a wonderful experience and moral was improved however, the team is distant, not entirely meshing, the deadlines seem to slip, they run into conflict and take too much … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership and Adaptive Challenges

In previous blog posts, I explored the relationship between servant leadership and systemic thinking, I also looked at how servant leadership relates to the concept of [[the triple bottom line. In this post I explore the relationship between servant leadership … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership and Systemic Thinking

In a previous blog post, I discussed the relationship between the triple bottom line and servant leadership as it is described in Peter Block’s (1996) Stewardship and Robert Greenleaf’s (2002) Servant Leadership: A Journey.  In this blog post, I will … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership and the Triple Bottom Line

In this blog post I look at servant leadership and explore how servant leadership as described in Peter Block’s (1996) Stewardship and Robert Greenleaf’s (2002) Servant Leadership: A Journey fits with the concept of the triple bottom line. First, I … Continue reading

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Four Rooms Of Change – Model of Change

The foundation of this change model is, during change and transition, individuals and organizations pass through four rooms. Contentment – This is often where we start, happy with the existing environment with no need to change anything. Denial – Then … Continue reading

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