Challenges & concerns with NOISE Analysis, a problem-solving framework, explore ways to ease these with solution-focused methods.
Setting goals is important. You have seen and heard many ways to identify and establish goals. Yet you still feel unsure of what goals to set
Problem-solving Clarify the issue method: have solution-focused conversations to clarify the issue and identify needed data and solutions
Identify ways to create more robust conversations amongst your team – develop conversations that support the emergence of new ideas.
When languishing, solution-focus will help you see the path, identify you’ve gone several steps, and that you have the resources to flourish.
Mike Cardus speaks with Phil Brown of High 5 Adventure. We discuss team building & facilitation with corporate teams, & team performance.
Employee experience is easy to gather, make sense of, and understand. Challenges are asking, listening, then doing something with responses.
Patterns and having a method to look for, understand, document, and share are how sense-making and navigating complexity happens.
Using content, movement, choice, and level questions can help you identify where to focus, the learner to think about and look for their hopes in learning.
NOISE analysis supports your understanding of the complexity and order of work. Determine short, mid, and long term strategic priorities