Following up from last week, we propose some ways to become emotionally aware, which we argue again is a key skill for success in an agile team. We suggest enriching your feeling vocabulary, self-distancing through disciplined recording of your conversations, and using check-in methods to spread the practise across your team.
- Center for Nonviolent Communication Feelings Inventory: https://www.cnvc.org/training/resource/feelings-inventory
- David Burns Feeling Chart: https://feelinggood.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Feeling-Words-Chart-with-Five-Secrets-v-2.pdf
- The Four Rs: https://soundcloud.com/troubleshootingagile/learning-through-case-studies-the-4-rs
- Check In from the Core Protocols: https://liveingreatness.com/files/core-protocols-3.03.html#check-in
Episode transcript: https://www.conversationaltransformation.com/posts/emotionalawareness/
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