Posts Tagged ‘concept’

As you’re relaxed – any kickstart may be misinterpreted by the Limbic system as a “fast response” – leaving a too harsh answer. Be gentle, soft and if you over-react, apologize. And sleep overnight before sending off that email. You may find excellent replacements to the scratchy words.

Who can you support and empower in your working group as a good start?

Unifying communications:
What great examples of achievements this Summer deserves to be spread?

Lean leadership:
No Blame – misstakes are at least attempts. What to learn from them?

Good luck at your first day!

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Executing the LUCK concept

Most customers ask me primarily for the “L part” of this concept. To establish a learning and developing organization is essential to a lot of us today. However, as I’ve worked with my customers, starting the opposite way pays off! So, lets start at

Kognition (which of course in English is spelt “Cognition”):

In an early stage of developing the LUCK concept I found brain research to be a great door opener in the sales phase. I also found people who may be sceptic to Lean and Coaching to trust brain research and cognition. I visualized the concept as the L, U, and C to be parts of a rope, whilst the K was the cover or mantle/sleeve, protecting the inner three cables. Areas of Kognition:

Perceptive filters and lenses – we choose what reaches our brain, based on history and experiences
The Lizard Brain
– a simplified model of our rapid, inherited reactions; attack, escape and defense
The Needs system– Maslows hierarchy of needs, Seen-Heard-Acknowledged, Need of belonging et cetera
Behavioural systems – How we act and respond to get acknowledged and accepted
Inner and outer world – how the inner world is created, maintained and balanced
Group dynamics
– effects of human gatherings, FIRO, groupthink et cetera
Team dynamics – What makes great teams: diversity, communication, goal setting et cetera
Defence mechanisms
– functions that basically protects my self esteem and belief system, making it hard to control another human being

Working in this area is VERY rewarding and the amount of daily insights is staggering

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