When it comes to the jab, is there a vaccine against my own righteous certainty?

Even when I am feeling right, when my opinion seems self-evidently the correct one, I still have the choice to put my view aside and to be curious instead…

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When it comes to the jab, is there a vaccine against my own righteous certainty?

Even when I am feeling right, when my opinion seems self-evidently the correct one, I still have the choice to put my…

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When the Bark is worse than the bite

I was fearful of having a hard conversation. But my fears were unrealised. I found the interaction actually useful and…

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Tackling the relationship “elephant”

The reluctance for staff to reveal how they feel about working with others can often drive dysfunction rather than…

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More data doesn’t solve the trust problem

When at daggers drawn, what is most needed is some real listening, authentic curiosity and genuine vulnerability.

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Just Try Some Experimentation

Rob has shifted from problem solving mode to learning and testing mode. And the difference has been amazing.

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Re-experimenting with my migraines

I realised that I had fallen back into the black hole of "business as usual", and my approach to solving my migraine…

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COVID Horse or COVID Mouse?

As COVID uncertainty continues are we creating a solution dressed up as a test, or setting the mice free to show us…

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Unlocking Co-design

In discussing the context for using such a tool, the client realised that it prompted a new way of thinking (mindset)…

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Cornerstones of Collaboration

The interplay between process, skill set and mindset has guided the development of our Collaboration System. How is…

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Lessons from a newborn

My key insight is that our natural and learned thinking that has worked and been successful in the past can compromise…

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