Business Haiku on Engagement and Discontent
Possibilities and Potential.
Ah, if we could only get there from here…
I continue to think that improving active involvement and generating some positive Disruptive Engagement are pretty straightforward, at least insofar as getting things rolling…
So, here is another little ditty to generate some cognitive dissonance and altered perceptual awareness:
WILL the leader, the wagon puller, ever stop long enough to ask people for their ideas about what might be done differently?
WILL this be an improvement opportunity, or simply another miss?
Improvement and active involvement are the goals of The Square Wheels Project, our online facilitation skills training program and the reason for our release of The Stupidly Simple Square Wheels Facilitation Toolkit.
We also support great team building, servant leadership and active collaboration with our flagship team building exercise, The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine.
Don’t Just DO Something! Stand There!
Stop things long enough to do some improvement,
For the FUN of It!
Dr. Scott Simmerman is a designer of team building games and organization improvement tools. Managing Partner of Performance Management Company since 1984, he is an experienced presenter and consultant.
One of the best teambuilding exercises in the world, as rated by his users, is The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine, which focuses on leadership, collaboration, alignment and focuses on implementing the collective performance optimization ideas.
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