I’m going to continue our Prelude series of articles. Today we will talk about a great combination of the Prelude Suite and Appreciative Inquiry.
Quick announcement about our new publication about the Prelude Suite. We are going to collect and publish additional material about the platform and its positioning in relation to other approaches to team development.
A dōjō is a place for immersive learning. Traditionally it takes place in the field of martial arts, but has been seen increasingly in other fields, such as meditation and software development.
Trust in yourself is trust in your values, your feelings, perception, memory and skills. It is confidence in your own strength, your own significance, your conviction in your own perfection. Trust begins with you.
We live in a time of uncertainty and change, when there is a real need in new way of working and communucation in order to embrace the challenges of the new reality.
I am going to publish a weekly email newsletter called “Trust Tips Weekly Newsletter” in which I will provide tips around team and organisation trust, as well as commentary on contemporary news items through a lens of Trust.
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Gradually we are updating the library of trust development instruments for distributed teams using Mural.
We are glad to introduce our new online version of 2-days workshop is designed to introduce learners to the main concepts and skills needed to build and grow trustful relationships.