Value for Groups

Group engagements focus on treating real problems and opportunities by aligning and prioritizing clear goals with mission and vision, developing an innovation mindset, and building trust.

 
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CHECKing VISION, PURPOSE, and prioritizing goals:

Ask great questions like: What is our purpose? What impact is ideal and how might we measure it? Be inclusive and contrarian. The Innovation Card DeckCommentated Art, and the Importance-Difficulty matrix help coordinate action and diversify thinking leading to broader inclusion and better results.

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developing an Innovation mindset:

Develop confidence to innovate: Our world is analytical. Systems thinking and design thinking are the opposite of and compliment to analysis. Practice them in the Brain Game, Idea Olympics, 9-dot, Create and sell, and Puzzle exercises. Combining systems thinking with analysis helps us understand the context, see new possibilities, and take action for the good of the whole. 

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building deeper trust:

What is your experience with trust? Trust is a critical predisposition for innovation and learning in groups of any kind, be they organizational teams, families, or sports teams. Trust is situational and personal and starts with experience. A workshop followed by a practice of regular conversations designed to build trust will pay big dividends, and could lead to a national championship!


For good: tax deductible option

Discuss the possibility of making an honorarium in the form of a tax deductible charitable donation
to benefit education for children in Southwest Philadelphia through The Common Place.