I don’t enjoy watching myself on screen. I don’t even enjoy hearing my own voice. I know I’m not alone – I think it’s fair to say tat the majority of people I’ve mentioned this to respond with an empathetic ‘Yeah, me too’.
But what a rich way to receive feedback!
Here’s the Re:Develop 2018 version of my ‘Team in Ten Minutes’ talk, then, where I discuss how organisations typically put teams together in response to crisis events. How long should my list of feedback items be, do you reckon…
Steve Williams – A Team in Ten Minutes at re:develop 2018 from Base on Vimeo.
It was both a privilege and a pleasure to talk at the small Re:Develop conference in Bournemouth on Friday – I had a great day, learnt a lot and met some new folk. I spoke about aspects of lifeboat crew training that differ from the training we undertake typically in our day jobs, and how these differences could translate into the office to help us respond faster and more effectively when things go wrong.
But the high spot has to be being captured, with photo-like accuracy, in this sketchnote from @NatAlt. See if you can spot me…
When I ask people to tell me what they think is a great team I often get given back the example of a Formula 1 team. But I don’t agree.
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