March 16, 2016
team spirit

How 3 Hours Saved a Dying Team

5 Dysfunction of a Team, Good to Great, Superteams, and many other books share a lot of ideas that help convert a less productive team into a high performing one. These books […]
March 9, 2016

5 Turn-Offs for Participants

Recently I received an opportunity to attend a training workshop as a participant. The program started with a brief on the day’s plan, with two speakers facilitating the entire show. I was […]
February 19, 2016
make mistakes and learn from them

The Tiny Mistake that Kills Companies

In the airline industry the most critical factor is safety. This is such a high-risk business and even the slightest mistake can lead to havoc that may cost many lives. That’s why […]
February 4, 2016

5 Productive Things to do at the Airport

My work makes me travel to some beautiful places across India. I get to meet people, see new places, and sometimes I get to enjoy the local delicacies of the city too. […]
February 2, 2016

4 Challenges for a New Manager

As is expected, I was very excited when I landed my first managerial role. It would give me more responsibility, power, and freedom to act on my own decisions. However, I soon […]
January 8, 2016

Using LEGO to Help Clients Find Creative Solutions

The following post on how Lego Serious Play is not just a game was written by the Liquid Agency Chief Creative Officer Alfredo Muccino Lego Serious Play is a hands-on, experiential process […]
November 21, 2014

Don’t Grow Mushrooms!

For the record, let it be known – Mushrooms have always fascinated me. Everything, ranging from its shape, its smell, how it sprouts so quickly and more over about where it grows. […]
October 21, 2014

How to FLOW towards High Performance

“of all secrets of the river, Siddhartha today only saw one: this water ran and ran, incessantly it ran, and was nevertheless always there, was always and at all times the same […]
August 24, 2014

What Constitutes a Successful Workshop?

As an organization that is completely into conducting bespoke workshops for our clients, over a period of time – we have continuously asked ourselves this question. Some time back, we defined it […]
June 4, 2014

Situational Awareness in Facilitation

The below article has been contributed by Joey NG, a Senior Facilitator with FocusU Singapore. Here is a task for you: Count the number of passes made by the players in white, […]