As more client implementations of essential games and learning materials are moving in to print, the BlueBehavior product line needs an overview. When finished in the early fall, all items will become available Continue Reading →
LTI Game presented at DONG Energy HSE Safety Master Class. #ltigame #dongenergy #safety #businessgame #masterclass #facilitation #engagement #boardgame #teamgame #projectgame #bluebehavior Et billede slået op af Ulrik Ramsing (@uramsing) den Continue Reading →
Stakeholder simulations with Offshore professionals making the right decisions for a Venezuelan copper mine #facilitation #inspiration #interaction #training #leadership #simulation #debaak #debaakseaside #decisions #indigo Et billede slået op af Ulrik Continue Reading →
Have created a brief 8-slide summary about the value proposition and building blocks of virtual classes. It is available on slideshare and has been added to the page introducing the virtual Continue Reading →
Affective Safety Leadership is working towards improved safety through the understanding of interpersonal interactions, including the emotional split-second reaction where the intersection of multiple objectives, complexities, cultures and risk concerns Continue Reading →
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 →
BlueBehavior is helping you to provide world class leadership where communication meets culture. Clear and effective communication is often a real challenge; bridging different cultures makes it even harder. Add time Continue Reading →
The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said.
Peter F. Drucker.
If only I could explain why this is so important… and thus proving the quote is true. In working with leaders in real-time high-risk environments we’re always focused on sharpening their observation skills in order to see what they do not know they should be seeing.
In my mind that is a perfect match to Drucker’s view on communication.