Prompted by a listener, we look at a tool from Jim Dethmer called The Line. This leads us to discuss the value of being emotionally self-aware with a variety of examples from our recent consulting practise and bringing in several tools for increasing this awareness, including Six Thinking Hats, the Ladder of Inference, and the Core Protocols.
- Jim Dethmer on "Leading Above the Line": https://fs.blog/jim-dethmer/
- Naive realism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Na%C3%AFve_realism
- Feeling Good podcast on "Hidden Emotion": https://feelinggood.com/2020/02/24/181-live-therapy-with-sarah-shrinks-have-feelings-too/
- London Organisational Learning meetup: https://www.meetup.com/London-Action-Science-Meetup/
- Ladder of Inference: https://www.foresightdesign.org/blog/2017/12/21/what-does-the-ladder-of-inference-even-mean
- Six Thinking Hats: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_Thinking_Hats
- Core Protocols check-in: https://liveingreatness.com/files/core-protocols-3.03.html#check-in
- Past episode on transparency and curiosity: https://soundcloud.com/troubleshootingagile/mutual-learning-model-transparency-and-curiosity
- Past episode on the 4 Rs: https://soundcloud.com/troubleshootingagile/learning-through-case-studies-the-4-rs
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