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June 5,2020

JSP&A Strategic Planning Maturity Model (SPMM)

    JSP&A Strategic Planning Maturity Model (SP-MM) I am a fan of “stages of development models” or “maturity models.”  Below is a model that we have developed. We base our model on our experiences with the HCWDC and other clients. We use this model to organize our thinking and to understand where groups are in the “strategic planning developmental process.” “Stages of development models” are quite common. One that comes to mind is Maslow’s hierarchy of needs; another is Bloom’s taxonomy of learning; a third is “software capability maturity models.” The JSP&A Strategic Planning Maturity Model (JSPA-SPMM) is a...

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June 5,2020

Introducing Everything DiSC Agile EQ–What’s In It 4 U…

New from Everything DiSC®! Introducing Everything DiSC® Agile EQ™, a classroom training and personalized learning experience that teaches participants to read the emotional and interpersonal needs of a situation and respond accordingly. Contact me to learn how you can develop the emotional intelligence necessary to support a thriving agile culture! Contact me for additional information.

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June 5,2020

What Mix Of DiSC Styles Would You Like On A...

DiSC® provides lawyers quick guides to understand what drives jurors by observing their behaviors. A juror’s observable behavior is what they do and how they do it; what they say and how they say it; what they write and how they write it; and what they express and how they express it.Lawyers can discern the tone of voice, word selection, the pace of speaking and responding to questions, facial expressions, and gestures; and orientation toward being logic- or people-focused.DiSC classifies observable behavior into four types – Dominant (D), Influence (i), Steadiness (S), and Conscientiousness (C).What mix of DiSC® types would...

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June 1,2020

What’s New in “The 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team”...

Trust (Vulnerability) Boot camps. Retreats. High ropes. Low ropes. Trust assessments. Trust activities (like being led while blind-folded). World cafes. These are all tools in our facilitation toolbox we’ve used to help participants become acquainted so they can reduce interpersonal friction to relate authentically and to coalesce as members of a group. The 5B model’s focus on vulnerability distinguishes it and is likely one reason it takes some groups time to come to grips with the five behaviors. The focus on vulnerability-based trust is novel. Productive Conflict (Conflict-as-Asset) In our work, we emphasize giving and receiving feedback. Communication models abound...

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June 1,2020

Four Dimensions of “Peace”

As we watched George Floyd’s death and see the spreading unrest as a response to his murder, a question I get is: What does it take to make peace “happen?” Based on my work with the Black Yoga Teacher Alliance’s (BYTA’s) trademarked program “Yoga as a Peace Practice,” (YAP), and YAP employs culturally relevant concepts, language, and activities that help participants translate traditional contemplative practices into contemporary lifestyles to begin the process of “creating a better world.” First, I crafted an operational definition of “peace.” “Peace” is:  A state of mental and physical ease that simultaneously revitalizes us and enhances...

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