The KEY Question/s intend to provide platforms for opening a creative dialogue – INQUIRY that will enable the collective systemic intelligence and wisdom in your organization/system to come to surface and materialize in creative, transformative and innovative actions.
These questions do not have a simple answers. They are questions that we need to hold rather than answer. see the blog KEY QUESTION – How to explore the power of a single question?
HOW DO WE DESIGN HIGHLY ALIGNED, COHESIVE TEAMS (organizations, communities and nations) WITH CULTURE OF BRILLIANCY AND INNOVATION?
If this question has value for you please join the conversation on this blog.
If the question has not meaning for you and your team, ask your self
what is the most valuable and meaningful key question you would like to hold at present?
If you decide to use this question as a platform for creative dialogue to improve your team performances, make sure that:
1) It stays an open ended question that your team explores and holds. If you feel that you have answered the question it means that you have accomplished it and it holds no more value for you.
2) Every one needs to participate – no observers are allowed. “The system will not change without you”.
3) Carefully choose the key people in your team that need to hold this question.
I strongly recommend that for facilitation of questions like this you use a skilful professionals that are familiar with holding presence and are comfortable with the unknown.
COACH ERA facilitates breakthrough Creative Dialogue interventions that align the people of your team/organisation with your culture and strategy.
If you decide to share your thoughts and experiences on this blog, let me say up front that we are not after the right answer, since there is not one. We are rather after a diversity of experiences. Your answers and contribution are of the highest importance.
!!! If you post your answers on discussions started on Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter please also copy and paste them directly on the blog bellow!!!.
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