The Correlation Between Feedback and Quality

I’m a big fan of feedback. I played a lot of different challenging sports in my earlier days, where advice was always valuable in helping me learn, improve, and up my game. These days, that attitude lives on in me. Not that I always respond to feedback with a grateful smile and thanks, but I […]

How We’re Taught To Think In Silos

Picture of empty classroom

The other day, after all these years, I once more found myself sitting on some school benches. I was second in a row of four guest lecturers who had been invited to speak to the students and was enjoying the nice opportunity to hear what my colleagues were up to. As the day unfolded, two […]

Trainers: Here’s How To Know Your Group Dynamics In Advance

hand holding glass ball. In the ball you see a team working together.

As a trainer, there’s always a feeling of nervous excitement before you find out who you’ll be working with in a new group. It’s not at all unusual to feel a bit jittery about encountering peoples’ first reactions. How likely are they to show resistance, or will they take a wait-and-see attitude? Do they need […]