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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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Ladder of Inference

My process involves giving people data, creating meaningful conversations and experience, questioning assumptions, and talking about the conclusions people are drawing based on the ladder of inference. When working through the ladder people cycle and revisit the mental models they … 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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Johari Window

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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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Four Stages Of Competence

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