The 3 questions you need to know to drive your team achievement

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Some groups and cultures work well together, increasing their cognitive diversity and achieving more, quicker. Others are full of increased risk and trapped intelligence. Trapped by fear of being devalued by others, or fear of difficult situations and conversations, or trapped by ineffective communication.

To elevate group capability using The Safe Space methodology we ask the following three questions.

1) Do the individuals in the team understand how to activate their best self and when they get triggered into behaviours that are unhelpful? What can be done to increase the awareness of our own individual triggers, to find a space between an event and our reaction, so we can choose the best response?

2) Do the individuals in the team understand how they trigger others best self? Creating the space for others to contribute their full value is a smart move if you want to acheive more. What can you do to increase your awareness of how your own behaviour impacts what others are able to do?

3)  How committed are we to the team entity, not just our own contribution? Our ego and our beliefs often have to shift from the cultural norm.

A starting point for you to drive your team/culture achievement might be for you to take these three questions to your colleagues and have a conversation about how you are doing.

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