Icebreaker; Virtual Linkee

Looking for an entertaining game to play virtually?

One that’s easy to learn, enjoyable and great for teams?

Have you ever played LINKEE®?

Here Karen Hyde explains how red10 has adapted this amusing general knowledge quiz game into their Friday “Locktail” hour

What is LINKEE®?

LINKEE® is a simple, easy to learn, quiz game with a […]

2022-01-07T10:01:27+00:00December 8th, 2021|Categories: Team Effectiveness, Team Tool|Tags: |0 Comments

Icebreaker: Through the Keyhole

Looking for a team meeting icebreaker?

Want fun yet humanness?

Here, red10‘s Karen Hyde provides everything you would need to lead the team icebreaker “Through the Keyhole”, where team members have to guess who’s house it is from a photo of one of their rooms.

Inspired by the British Comedy Game Show

First broadcast in the 1980s, […]

2021-11-07T17:44:47+00:00September 24th, 2021|Categories: Team Effectiveness, Team Tool|0 Comments

Team Tool – Agenda Wizard

Planning a meeting with attendees from many countries?

Need to calculate time zone differences quickly?

We have created a flexible excel tool that calculates the start and end time for each agenda item and is flexible so that it auto-calculates as you move or add topics

If you’d like to try it for yourself, email us at

2021-09-27T11:44:15+01:00September 8th, 2021|Categories: Team Effectiveness, Team Tool|0 Comments

Does your vision tick all the boxes?

Setting a vision to give direction?

Helpful to have a list of what makes a “great vision”?

How many of the 10 boxes does your vision tick?

Here, red10‘s Will Sudworth gathers research-based expertise into ten criteria you can either ‘tick’ as covered, or use to help you further refine your organisational vision.

Conditions for […]

2021-05-11T10:48:20+01:00August 4th, 2020|Categories: 9-Dimensions®, Coaching, Team Effectiveness, Team Tool, Vision|0 Comments

The Heartbeat Model – a secret for team speed

By Gavin Simpson

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 giving away a secret.

Because leadership teams that implement the […]

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