Using the Kantor Behavioural Profile (baseline) as part of a group/team intervention supports a whole systems approach to enabling individuals within an organisation to understand the contribution they make to the system and what needs to change.
Amy Edmondson, a professor at Harvard Business School, first identified the concept of psychological safety in work teams in 1999. Since then, she has observed how companies with a trusting workplace perform better. She states that psychological safety isn’t about being nice; it’s about giving candid feedback, openly admitting mistakes, and learning from each other.action, agreement, amy, becomes, behaviours, bystand, choose, contract, conversation, create, curiosity, demonstrated, edmondson, enable, everyone, executive, exist, experience, feedback, follow, frame, happening, help, ideas, leaders, learning, listen, matrix, model, observed, openly, oppose, organisation, others, participate, prepared, psychological, respect, room, safety, session, speak, stances, teams, training, voice, work, workplace, workshop
What do you see in organisation where the climate is unhealthy, morale and motivation is low, senior leaders are behaving out of integrity and operational performance is poor. Typically, communication is affected in the following ways:approach, assessment, business, challenge, change, coaching, communication, conversations, courage, creating, david, decision, developing, differences, disagreements, dynamics, enable, focuses, individuals, intervention, issues, kantor, leaders, leadership, making, matter, model, organisation, otherwise, outside, people, powerful, real, really, recognises, room, shape, silence, skills, speak, structural, systems, team, thereby, understand, used, value, voice, ways, work
When I work with leaders at all levels in organisations I am reminded frequently of how easy it is for leaders to create the results they do not want. The myths of what makes a great leader are constantly being rewritten.ability, around, awareness, behaviour, challenge, change, communication, concerns, connect, conversation, create, decision, develop, engage, going, group, happens, heart, help, ideas, impact, knowing, leaders, leadership, learn, manage, observed, organisation, others, patterns, people, potential, profile, quartile, real, really, research, respect, results, room, self, shift, team, tendencies, terms, trust, understand, warmth, work, workplace
The Elephant in the Room is an English metaphorical idiom for an obvious truth or problem that is going unaddressed, that no one wants to discuss. It is applicable when a subject is emotionally charged and the people who might have spoken up decide that it is probably best avoided.addresses, affect, avoids, begin, best, bring, communication, contributes, conversation, courage, discuss, dynamics, elephant, enables, everyone, face, feeling, gets, going, important, insights, issue, kantor, lead, level, listed, needed, outcome, people, person, powerful, preoccupied, quality, questions, really, recognises, reflect, response, risks, room, saying, situation, start, subject, test, theory, thinking, unaddressed, voicing, wants