Fishing for Problems in Teams

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Typical situations & questions

As a person in a leadership position many of you ask yourself what's going on inside your team. How about the performance, mood and current topics? Who in the team would rather leave the team tomorrow and who is 100% committed? Are problems, that are part of every team work, openly discussed or not? Are these problems solved in a timely manner or continually postponed?
Our Workshop Fishing for Problems in Teams delivers answers to these questions. We offer you a process in which all problems are put on the table in a one-time effort. A table full of problems might at first look unpleasant, but it's a necessary step in the development of each team...

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One's own goal setting

You most likely intend to make the best decisions based on your goals. Before you delve deeper into the topic of fishing for problems you should be clear about your own goals. If you know where you and your team want to go, this acts as a boost for your decision making. From this position the 3A approach is most effective for you...

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3A Approach

3A Fishing for Problems

We are looking forward to discussing with you how you can best benefit from our fishing for problems workshop...