The project team were celebrating their success and wanted the learning too. The standard “Worked Well / Better If” was okay, yet the real insights came when they asked the question: “What was supposed to […]
Are you aware of the equation of organizational survival? “For an organisation to survive, its rate of learning must be at least equal to the rate of change in its external environment”.
How often do we ask someone – very clearly – to perform a task for us and they don’t do it as we wanted? It may be the result we are disappointed with or the […]
No multi-tasking. It’s not Netflix. Be slick and quick. These are just 3 of the rules we at red10 have learned as we increase our provision of virtual coaching and learning.
Remember The Emperor’s New Clothes story? No-one daring to call-out the obvious. Ellen was desperate to challenge the proposals, but how could she? Here, red10 ‘s Hazel Howard suggests how the psychology of ‘social proof’ […]
Has your team aligned on a vision and a set of priorities to achieve it? Are the priorities divided out, reporting back to keep on track? Then your team’s ready to reach 3rd loop learning […]
As part of our coaching series on ‘mindset’, 9D Coach Piers Carter here shares the red10 core belief: “Respect for the other person’s model of the world”.
Imagine being in a collaboration – perhaps between departments in the same company, or perhaps between companies in an alliance. Do you feel all the weight of your department’s culture behind you, pressing you to […]
Frustration was building for this team of experienced leaders. The backlog just kept growing; ideas weren’t turning into action. Here red10‘s Kirsten Campbell shares 3 practical techniques that are always useful, especially at times like […]
Normal scientific debate tests new results and theories through attack and defence. This is the healthy process of peer review. But a different approach is needed when results are confusing or the problem seems thorny.