What comes to mind when you think of SMOG? A thick, heavy, unclean, polluted fog distorting the way ahead…that’s what I think of. What then is SMOG language? Are you using it unawares?
If you are going to perform brilliantly in the improvisation world with others you have to fully accept whatever comes up. No throwing things back at the other, no rejection; simple acceptance and building on […]
Do you find that sometimes you are heard, and other times you aren’t? Timing is key. When it’s sunny, who wants to buy an umbrella? Here, red10 ‘s Hazel Howard shared Cialdini’s “Pre-suasion” research on […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]