Individual improvement

Most people find it easy to accept feedback for improvement when received within the context of a proper relationship and common goal. An active attitude stimulates this context. You could ask yourself:

  • What do I need to ask for feedback? (Instead of waiting for it)
  • What went well and what could be improved next time?

Ask others for feedforward (what do you feel I could improve in the future?)

Team improvement

Every team member has a unique way of working. Give feedback, find new ways and share expectations.

  • Express expectations
  • Align expectations
  • Create a common frame of understanding
  • Give feedback when expectations are met or not
  • Realign

Other interventions

Use the closing of a meeting to learn together and find small improvements for the next meeting or conversation.

Set up reflection-meetings with others (customers, experts).

Improve together

We easily team up with others to improve our personal work

Co-creation

Co-creation is about synergy between interdependent professionals. It is a high performance way of collaboration, based on presence, agility and a seamless flow of ideas, information and activities.

The success strategy: Work together, be powerful and smart. We inspire each other and we proactively align towards achieving sustainable results. We can discuss this factor using the following success markers:

  • Who knows what
  • Proactive alignment
  • Seamless flow
  • Inspire each other
  • Improve together

Micro-interventions