When co-creating international large-scale, company wide programs, it has proven valuable to consider BlueBehavior’s ABC of high-level design factors: Audience — what level of the organization is directly and indirectly engaged Continue Reading →
Heading Offshore to meet with a few of the fine Company Representatives, with whom I’ve worked closely since 2011 in the development of a robust, safe and motivating leadership approach. Continue Reading →
Working with the conversion of existing material in to virtual classes, it is paramount to plan for the greatest level of reusability. Slide sequences needs to be focused on brief, exact topics. Given Continue Reading →
Contrary to individual web video chatware — even the best such as Skype and FaceTime — the professional Virtual Class has the capability to show six live faces in the class, often the Continue Reading →
Updated the setup needed to facilitate virtual classes; dropped the PC as a secondary participant view / receiving monitor and started to use the iPad instead. It appears faster and with far less Continue Reading →
Was looking for the research related to the diminishing efficiency of dividing tasks and/or multitasking. In particular I was looking for the reduced returns when a professional — be that Continue Reading →
Click here for the full English text… Flere har bedt om en dansk appetitvækker til CoRep programmet om “Leadership for Safety”, der fortrinsvist er beskrevet på engelsk. Nedenstående har ligget Continue Reading →
Affective Safety Leadership will be offered as a compact, high-impact 3,5 day pilot session in Stavanger on December 3rd through 6th, 2013. In an investigative partnership between CfL and Ullriggen, Continue Reading →
Former FBI Agent and Spy Catcher Joe Navarro visited Denmark to talk about Body Language and Influence with Executive Master Classes.
Belinda Lange and I were asked to co-present the Master Class (on the fourth page) and offer our take on Decision Styles as the natural and much needed next step to the questions revealed by better reading of Body Language.
My small contribution was to provide evidence through a few cases, discussing what happens when body language is not being read and decisions not executed properly. As in the Macondo Gulf disaster where the Chief Council Report concludes that plans were good, bad decisions made during execution and never enough questions asked…