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 […]
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.
The leader had a participative style. The team were able people willing to speak up and contribute ideas. But they seemed to be stuck in a pattern of long discussions without reaching agreement on a […]
I read this as I was going through injury report forms submitted by Birmingham UK bus drivers who had been assaulted at work. I thought “What bad luck! Such a dangerous job.” Then I came […]
Their clients, stakeholders, internal suppliers and teams had changed. They all knew it. They all knew they hadn’t invested any time on it as a department leadership team. red10 ‘s Rachel Nuttall suggests an outside-in […]
As I’m writing this, I’m realising the Heartbeat Model is at the centre (or the heart 😊) of the Team Effectiveness approach we described as being like a Team SatNav, and I feel like I’m […]
Whenever Ruth’s name came up in a meeting, people’s eyes would roll upwards. “Ruth’s difficult and scary. Why is she still in the team?” someone asked. Here red10 ‘s Hazel Howard suggests a healthier mindset […]