Patrick Lencioni defines five dysfunctions in teams. What are the correlations and what insights can be derived? A review.
“All feedback is toxic” is heard more and more often. Why is this nonsense, what is Feedback 101 and why is feedback a process?
Tuckman’s model of team development is often critically questioned. What did Tuckman do and what did he want to achieve? A classification.
How can differences of opinion be resolved before they escalate into emotional conflicts? Three tasks and Inspector Columbo can help.
How can Inspector Columbo’s questioning techniques improve communication and cooperation in organisations and solve problems?
You certainly know why questions, but do you also know miracle questions? An entertaining description of questioning techniques, perspectives and answers.
Is there such a thing as an agile mindset, why is it needed, why should it be changed and what role does a true leader play in this?
What are the secrets of successful team development? And how do dysfunctions complement the development phases of teams?
People have different communication preferences. Those who know their own and their conversation partners’ preferences are at an advantage.
What is the difference between consensus and consent? And how do a Red Circle Solution and the Morphological Matrix help in decision making?
The intention of feedback can be very different. And so can the quality, position and empathy. Time for a look at the EPIQ Model.