The global pandemic has completely uprooted our usual ways of working and connecting with one another. We now attend meetings and socialize over video conferencing tools, which can be exhausting to our brains. We are also inviting people into our homes, which can feel uneasy. However, if we do not turn cameras on, we are likely to begin to lose connection and erode trust. This provocation shares strategies to make us more comfortable with and fight the fatigue of video conferencing.
This provocation seeks to inspire a desire to increase benevolence and build trust through relational intelligence. As we work to strengthen our relationships, we let others know that we have their best interest in mind. Relational intelligence allows us to grow this company together. This provocation includes a check-in activity to explore in your next meeting.
In this provocation, you will discover some barriers that most of us face when asking for help and best practices to connect with others when we need help. Asking for help and lending a helping hand speak to our core values and imperatives at Stable Kernel.
This provocation explores how we play a role in increasing other's reliability by setting and communicating expectations. When we can set and communicate expectations to others, we let others know that we have their best interest in mind. This provocation shares tips on how to communicate and maintain expectations.
This provocation explores how having effective meetings can increase our reliability and build trust. When we know why we are part of a particular meeting, what kind of meeting we are attending, and setting expectations for during and after the meeting, we can be sure our work is more reliable and impactful.