“Our people are our greatest asset” 

Few businesses would say otherwise but how many have found a way to really understand what their people know ? Sometimes employees don’t know that they know. If they are doing their job well rather than thinking that they have a special skill that explains that they might think that “anybody” could do it.  When they have had a team experience  – good or bad – different members will take different things from that but might not realise its value and future benefit.  How often do employers spend time to debrief after a “failure” compared to when something has worked well?

How about getting your people together to answer a BIG business question but not giving them an agenda to work to ? Sound like a recipe for a disaster – or at least a waste of everyone’s time?

What if I told you that for my clients who  try what one called a “radical” new idea the experience,  learning, suggestions and good feedback they got was – though surprising – very valuable.  Some called it an “unblocking” others a “launchpad”.


This blog post might help you understand more .  How that  might work for you?