Micro-interventions

Individual improvement

Reflect on your current situation and activate a resoursefull mindset:

  • Wat is my intention or purpose in this specific situation?
  • What do I really need?
  • Which of my skills will aid me?
  • What focus do I need in this situation?
  • Which opportunities, options or alternatives might help?

Team improvement

Team resources such as motivation, focus and human energy could be activated by reflecting on these questions:

  • What specific results do we want to achieve?
  • How do we raise our motivation?
  • What is the proper team focus?
  • What specific resources (knowledge, time, money, tools, information, people) do we need?
  • What is our circle of incluence?

Other interventions

Brainstorm meeting ( problem solving or creative seach)

Retrospective (Agile)

Align with other stakeholders what resources are needed en negotiate timely delivery.

Descope timelines and objectives when resources are not available.

Resouces

We believe that resources are or will be sufficient to reach the goals

38% of the team members feel that resources are or will be insufficient to reach the common goal. 25% is convinced that resources will be sufficient.  These survey results seem an explanation for the relatively high number of teammembers that lack intiative. It also explains why many feel an inbalance between expectations and reality. (Source: Ruysdael research on connected leadership)

Adaptivity

AdaptivityNew situations might require another approach. Both as a person and a a group we need ‘to make a new path’ of thinking and doing. That an a healthy interaction between people facilitates the group flexibility and its ability to adapt to unforeseen situations and events.

The success strategy: Think big & act agile. When needed we facilitate a well balanced change of underlying systems, structures and mindsets. We can discuss this factor using the following success markers:

  • Energized
  • Resources
  • Healthy balance
  • Agility
  • Optimal control