Psychological Safety Singular Framework

It seems to me there are two approaches to creating a Psychological Safety Framework: Describe all the behaviors that team members should and shouldn’t do and what the team leaders should and shouldn’t do to enable these identified behaviors. Or Propose a singular framework for objecting to misbehavior that team members and team leaders could... Continue Reading →

THE PRECAUTION!

The word "precaution" suggests that it's what comes before we need to caution or to even prevent cautioning. In fact, to me precaution does not seem to make sense until we make the statement "to take the precaution". Our lives are full of these precautions, so many in fact that I believe we have not... Continue Reading →

The Third Phase of Objection

What causes conflict? I believe what happens is that most people allow the first, second and even the third offense to take place and only then react or object but by then the reaction can and usually is so disproportionate to the offence. We have all been there and suffered this type of wrath, for... Continue Reading →

Conversation Vs Negotiation

I guess you or I have never thought to ask what is the difference between a negotiation and a conversation, well I haven't to date, but just started thinking about it recently. A conversation is more personal, for example: if someone said "I want you to marry me" or "would you marry me", during a... Continue Reading →

Rules of Disengagement

We all have heard of Rules of Engagement, used for when soldiers are in combat.Nato have an ROE Manual and another is called the San Remo Rules of Engagement. The Geneva Convention are another set of rules but used for disengagement and used to protect people who are not part of or no longer taking... Continue Reading →

A Worrying Trend

The Conversation What if the sole purpose of conversation was to reduce or assuage our worries? Well that is what I believe is the actual purpose of conversation. Maybe all mental sickness occurs because we don’t get all that help to ease our worries that we need. Why? Because we haven't made that agreement explicitly... Continue Reading →

He’s Dreamin’!

It seems to me that delusion has an intricate part to play in mental illness. If this is not delusional, then, the less delusional, or more factual or accurate we are, the healthier, in our own mind we are going to be...maybe. Is it possible that the more surety we are continually seeking, the less... Continue Reading →

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