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Problem-solving in Thailand? Have a look at this…

Submitted by on Wednesday, 22 May 2013No Comment

Problem-solving in Thailand

If you are involved in problem-solving in Thailand, then you will no doubt be familiar with some of the challenges in making progress when there are so many competing factors at play, such as…

Problem-solving is so often bound up in the challenges presented by the above factors… which is why we recommend dealing with them together.

How to deal with problem-solving issues together

If you are required to problem-solve regularly as part of a team, wherever you may be in the world, then it is likely that problem-solving will be an emotional experience.

We might categorise these emotions as face, ego or any number of factors. The bottom line is that…

…It takes trust and conflict-capability to get the problems solved!

Vulnerability is the key ingredient of Trust, and it is also the antidote to Ego.

Conflict, meanwhile, is not a negative. Conflict, when it is constructive, is an essential dynamic of progress.

How all these factors relate together and make problem-solving much easier are part of our two day Five Star Teams programme. You can see the programme details here.

In the meantime, we would like to leave you with a problem-solving infographic which illustrates the challenges above – we hope you find it helpful!

Problem-solving infographic

 

problem-solving infographic

(from Magnetique)

 

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