The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Tag: communication

Manners

Peter F. Drucker once described manners as the lubricating oil of an organization. He completed

Hope and optimism

Jenny had heard about the upcoming changes in her organization and found herself satisfied with

blue sky with just a few light clouds

Staying right

It’s quite easy to be right. There are enough occasions for it to happen. But

Competing for attention

When people don’t know you, receiving attention may seem to be a challenge. When people

Surfing the discussion

Lutz was describing his last team meeting. Everyone applauded how constructive the meeting had been.

An end and a beginning

A limit can be a separation between two areas. It can be an end, that

Leaning into reciprocity

In a casual conversation, it will often be easy to accept that there has been

The people we like

With many people we’ve been able to observe the simple logic, that the more conversations

Simple or complicated?

It’s neither as well as both. Things become complicated once people start to explain things

Feeling isn’t meaning

In a recent session, Georgina shared how Phil had become a problem to the team.