Shadows of Medellin
Learning Xperience based on a movie / documentary (true story)
Immerse yourself in the true case of J.P.Mottu, a Swiss executive who finds himself in Colombia, negotiating for the release of one of his employees kidnapped by Marxist-Leninist revolutionaries. You'll have to make the critical decisions faced by J.P.Mottu over months of negotiations. Throughout a highly emotional journey, you'll experience and master best practices for high-stakes conditions. Dwell on and learn #GameChangingIdeas like ...
* How our brain responds to losses vis-a-vis gains ?
* What's your ethical framework ?
* How bonding can pull you out of powerlessness ?
# Immersive # Interactive
Give us a shout to know more 😀 !
Take Action over #ProximityBias
If you're not familiar with proximity bias yet, chances are you soon will be. As people slowly return to shared physical workplaces, teams are likely to be split between office and remote workers. Experts are now worried that proximity bias may be creeping into workplaces - leading to employees feeling left out, unmotivated and disengaged.
Check out in the attachment, 6 tips on how to stop Proximity Bias in its tracks.
1. Identify the bias
2. Work on clear and open communication
3. Give value to results
4. Make meetings work
5. Schedule regular one-on-ones
6. Step back and reflect (most important)
At the end of each week, spend some time to see who you've spoken to outside of meetings and one-to-ones. Do you notice a pattern ? Has anyone been unintentionally excluded ? Who's getting the most tasks - are these also the people you speak to more often ? Use your reflections to help you move forward.
What's your plan on this 😀 ?!
How to make - and maintain - new connections
Having a diverse group of people you can speak to about business has a lot of benefits. Alongside mitigating the feelings of isolation that many experience, there are also the more tangible benefits : connecting to new customers, establishing brand partnerships, finding great hires, keeping on top of trends, and generally accessing new opportunities. The word 'networking' carries plenty of baggage - so its perhaps better to think of this instead as relationship building with a dynamic of mutual support. Sharing knowledge and opportunities with like-minded people is fun and productive - if you do it right.
Check out our take in the attachment on this subject - 4 tips towards building your network
1. Be a relationship builder
2. Be smart with your time
3. Use your social profiles
4. Don't forget the value of face-to-face 'in real life' (IRL)
Look forward to your additions to this list 😀 !