When we pay attention to setting clear expectations and creating the optimum conditions for dialogue, our meetings and sessions with our colleagues will be much improved. This effort to establish a safe environment for talk [READ MORE]
In a few recent weekly newsletters I have been exploring some mental models for interrogating research. These mental models are a handy set of structures and ideas to apply to any research you might be [READ MORE]
Naturally these types of intense periods of blogging attract some discussion about the relevance of the blogging format. As well as the habit forming / repelling nature of writing every day for 28 days. I [READ MORE]
I firmly believe that the capacity to move up and down the Ladder of Abstraction is a key skill for any leader.
As I am always on the look out for useful mental models, protocols and habits to improve the quality of dialogue, I spotted this little acronym to improve participation. W.A.I.T Why Am I Talking? One [READ MORE]