Better Together
For two years, I had a kayak.  One kayak.  
 
One kayak is not much fun.  The fun of exploring and discovering is doing it with someone else. “Hey, look at that.”  “Over here, you won’t believe this.” “Man, that was a good float, let’s get something to eat.”
 
I find work to be the same. Projects are more fun and decisions are better when created together. Ideas are more innovative, our thinking more rich, our problems less insurmountable, and our joy more intense when experienced with others.
 
Why then, do we often struggle with our “togetherness” in a work setting? Is it because of titles, power, ego, performance evaluations, customer demands, outdated processes, or poor leadership?  Imagine the possibilities if these were non-issues.  How do we get past these barriers?
 
At THINC, we’ve dedicated ourselves to helping clients think together in productive and authentic ways. We live to produce authentic dialogue and focused action.  If you do too, or would like to know more, we’d love to hear from you.  Share your stories—let’s learn together.
 
Last Friday—I bought another kayak. 
DEV / DIALOGUE / Sep 15, 2011, 3:51pm / Comments (3)
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