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”.
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.
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 […]
Hit a brick wall convincing? Ailsa was convinced it was the right thing to do. Yet she was extremely frustrated that she wasn’t convincing others. In fact, she felt like she’d hit a brick wall. […]
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 […]
They were about to start shouting at each other. Lots of assumptions were being made. It was the perfect time to introduce them to the ‘Testing Understanding’ approach that is part of Professor Neil Rackham’s […]