2012/06/15 June

WHAT IF WE WORKED DIFFERENTLY? Radical Inclusion is a consulting company that helps organizations change the way they work. They have a lot of expertise and experience in helping distributed teams to work together more effectively led by common goals and strategies.

In this interactive session we’ll explore the impact of our belief systems in team collaboration. Limiting beliefs are one of the main reasons for loss of effectiveness and  productivity of project teams. They are a result of neurological patterns that help us navigate through uncertainty by adding meaning to data we observe. Belief systems are highly individual but in summary, they are the base for the team’s (and an organization’s) culture. Changing those patterns is precondition for innovation and change.

We complete the session by working on a case study from an existing project team on how to improve effectiveness of their collaboration.

Session-Hosts:

Juliane NEUMANN
Radical Inclusion

Holger NAUHEIMER
Radical Inclusion

 

 

Venue:

Berlin School of of Economics and Law
Badensche Str. 50-51
Room B 1.01 (first floor, left stairway)
10825 Berlin

Time:

14:00 – 16:00 h

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Accelerated Team Integration with cultureQs®

“A friendly takeover created the world’s largest manufacturer of a system component required in all trains. The new senior management team consisted of British, German, Belgian, Swiss German and Swiss French members, responsible for engineering and manufacturing facilities in Britain, Germany, France, Poland and Switzerland with corporate headquarters in French-speaking Canada. Cultural Integration was essential.
Their first meeting: they had just completed a relatively relaxed getting-to-know- each-other-session when a Senior Vice-President said, “That was really good. I’ve now got a much better idea of who we all are, but we have a lot of
questions to answer before we are really able to work together.”

This was the birth of the idea:

  • Create a framework for colleagues to gain deep insights into each others’ motivators in a condensed period of time
  • Formulate open questions. The group will find the appropriate answers
  • This is cultureQs: critical questions and provocative cues pertinent to cross-cultural interactions

Eric Lynn – creator of The Cultural Integration Game - hosted a playful experience for us on January 18th, 2013.   Continue reading

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