Sometimes tangential ways of attacking problems can be more interesting than the direct head-on approach.
A lot of companies experiment with ways of measuring and visualizing how their teams are doing (KPI’s; ROV’s, NPS, etc.,) looking for areas where there are opportunities for improvement. The general idea being ya can’t improve what ya don’t measure. And without some sort of systemic approach with clear visualization – things …
Join me for a series of live-online conversations exploring the most crucial adaptive leadership question of the day:
“What, if anything, about the way people are leading today needs to change in order for leaders to be successful in a complex, rapidly changing environment where we’re faced with seemingly intractable challenges and an insatiable demand for innovation?”
When’s the last time you explored the intrinsic and extrinsic motivations that drive you and your teammates?
One of the easiest and definitely most fun ways to do so is to play Moving Motivators!
Ever since the dawn of our species, we’ve told stories.
We’ve sung them, told them around campfires, painted them on cave walls, drew them on clay pots and canvases, woven them in tapestries and carved them into stone. Eventually we wrote them down.
Today, we share stories via sticky notes, podcasts, town halls, planning meetings and daily scrums.