33% is satisfied

(Source: Ruysdael research on connected leadership)

We are well aware of the knowledge and experience of others

33% all team members are aware of the knowledge and experience of others. This awareness enables group intelligence and the ability to solve challenging problems. Especially in multidisciplinairy teams this awareness is important and results from high quality interaction, communication and team learning.


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


Individual improvement

Focus on people, purpose and overall goals. Establish an overview of the required expertise and your taks at hand.

These questions might trigger your awareness:

  • What is familiar for me and links to what I know?
  • What is new?
  • What knowledge or experience do I need?

Team improvement

  • Start with a common goal or problem;
  • Establish the required reference knowledge for faster, better and more sustainable results;
  • Ask others ” what is your field of knowledge’, ‘what is your specific expertise within the frame of this common goal or problem?;
  • Visualize and discuss the available expertise  (who knows what).

Other interventions

  • Make sure to have the right person for the job

Use techniques for:

  • Appreciative inquiry
  • Creative thinking