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  1. 1. Welcome Welcome to the talk by the guy with the funny accent. If you can understand me, you should get extra credit for that. What do I mean? The United States and the United Kingdom. Two countries divided by a common language…
  2. 2. French Fries? Chips? Crisps?
  3. 3. Boot? Trunk?
  4. 4. This language thing It is not just a US/UK problem
  5. 5. The Solution?
  6. 6. Let’s Talk About Connections
  7. 7. The Future World of Work - What do you Think? Less Complicated? More Complicated? More Resources? Fewer Resources? Slower Pace? Faster Pace? Less Global? More Global? Connections & Relationships Less Important? More Important? Less Collaborative? More Collaborative?
  8. 8. These Things I Believe Connection gives us meaning Flow beats work-life balance Conversations are the bond Vulnerability is courage Productive beats busy Artistry is underrated Fear sucks
  9. 9. Vulnerability Vulnerability is the path to love, to belonging, to innovation, trust and creativity. 85% of interviewees for Brene Brown’s research can recall a time in school that was so shaming it forever changed how they thought of themselves as learners – 50% of those recollections related to art and creativity.
  10. 10. Vulnerability ‘Vulnerability is also scary, counterintuitive, unmanly, unprofessional and un- American. It is not safe, not a best practice, not conventional wisdom, and not comfortable. But it is always the shortcut, the way through, the answer, and worth it.’ Heather Bussing
  11. 11. Social connections – it’s about the tools…
  12. 12. …and also the culture
  13. 13. #ILSHRM13
  14. 14. Instagram – Instamood - Instaculture
  15. 15. It’s All Good? Sunshine and Lollipops? Not always…
  16. 16. The Dark Side
  17. 17. #SpreadTheCheer #QantasLuxury Two Big Brand Mistakes Communication and Conversation Should Have Prevented These
  18. 18. Collective Conversations – Make Work Better Your views matter Involvement Diverse
  19. 19. Imagine A Workplace…
  20. 20. Where You Get The Whole Picture
  21. 21. And You Can See The Goal
  22. 22. Transparency: Understand why Start from full disclosure and work back Bring the outside in
  23. 23. Balance and Flow Flow aids presence Be here now Smarter Meetings
  24. 24. Art for Art’s Sake Experimenting with art for enjoyment led me to realise that it’s also great for…
  25. 25. Art for Work’s Sake Different Perspectives – More Divergent Thinking Better Problem Solving
  26. 26. Further Reading
  27. 27. Further Reading
  28. 28. Buy a book. Read a book. Share a book. Repeat.
  29. 29. Photo Credits • Pipes http://www.flickr.com/photos/atomicity/41891226/ • Cogs http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwhiddon/2435588387/ • Vulnerable http://www.flickr.com/photos/home_of_dreams/3581920427/ • Petri Dishes http://www.flickr.com/photos/pnnl/3636396892/ • Lollipops http://www.flickr.com/photos/greenbes/7678201010/ • Darth Vader http://www.flickr.com/photos/makoworks/3248039157/ • Screw http://www.flickr.com/photos/lawprier/3713441792/ • Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Wiggins_Cavendish_2008.jpg • Cloudless Sky http://www.flickr.com/photos/allanrojas/311157831/ • River http://www.flickr.com/photos/bescheiden/3184954200/ • Man Reading Book http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/4297809244/
  30. 30. +447736 518066 Web: http://stopdoingdumbthingstocustomers.com http://artsensorium.com Twitter http://twitter.com/dougshaw1 LinkedIn uk.linkedin.com/in/dougshaw1 Facebook http://www.facebook.com/shawdoug @ doug.shaw@wgalimited.com Contact Me:
  31. 31. The Trust Overlap What You Say What You Do When what you say and what you do overlap, you get trust. And that’s cool. When they don’t, you get trouble. And that’s what you deserve. T R U S T

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  • http://www.businessinsider.com/22-maps-that-show-the-deepest-linguistic-conflicts-in-america-2013-6?op=1
  • ‘Vulnerability is also scary, counterintuitive, unmanly, unprofessional and un-american. It is not safe, not a best practice, not conventional wisdom, and not comfortable. But it is always the shortcut, the way through, the answer, and worth it.’ Heather Bussing
  • ‘Vulnerability is also scary, counterintuitive, unmanly, unprofessional and un-american. It is not safe, not a best practice, not conventional wisdom, and not comfortable. But it is always the shortcut, the way through, the answer, and worth it.’ Heather Bussing
  • http://Mapmyfollowers.com
  • http://inmaps.linkedinlabs.com
  • Most communication is broadcast. Can be a useful way to let folks know what’s going on – and if you have used a conversational method to involve and consult then people will have a better ideas of what is coming and having been a part of the process – more likely to support. And always beware: The opposite of honesty is silence. When you say any questions – and there is silence don’t misinterpret that silence for agreement. Conversational leadership style is powerful. Be it one to one or many to many. World café is a great way to help facilitate big conversations:Clarify purpose and strategic intentExplore critical issues and questionsEngage all key stakeholdersGuide collective intelligence toward effective action
  • Lack of Focus on the presentBalance takes a huge amount of energyFlow aids presence, feels less stressfulGo with the flowIllusion of Control – how hard we fight against what we cannot change
  • Artful and playfulness – towards a coaching culture. This exercise shows the power of coaching. Two minutes to draw something. One minute non judgemental questioning from your partner then two more minutes to redraw or enhance. What a difference!
  • http://stopdoingdumbthingstocustomers.com/communication/buy-read-share-repeat/
  • AuthenticityVulnerabilityOpennessTrust

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