May 4, 2016

Around here, we use the term "mindset" quite a bit.  But what does it really mean?  How do our mindsets impact our work?  Gary takes a closer look in his newest blog post.


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April 6, 2016

Gary's latest blog post is about his fun and innovative way to develop the skill of perspective-taking.  Gary explains his family's "Switch!" game, which required that he and his daughters switch sides during debates.

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March 7, 2016

Gary's latest blog post provides readers with five strategies for peaceful conflict resolution. 


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February 11, 2016

Gary's latest blog post summarizes the origins, achievements, and future directions of the Naturalistic Decision-Making movement. Dr. Klein helped to found the movement in the 1980s.

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January 15, 2016

In his most recent blog post, Gary describes situations in which it may be beneficial to strive to see the world through the eyes of someone with little experience. 


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December 2, 2015

In his most recent blog, Gary reflects on what it really means to "know yourself." Is it possible that seeking to understand others may be the key to learning more about yourself? 

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November 9, 2015

Group decisions are often executed through a public vote - but is that really the best approach? In his latest blog, Don't Decide Like Martians, Gary reflects on his most recent cinema experience and takes a closer look at the concept of a "team vote." 

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October 23, 2015

We already know how much you can learn from envisioning potential failures with the Pre-Mortem Method. Why not turn this around and envision what success would look like? In Gary's latest blog entry, he introduces a new approach to engage teams in forecasting positive outcomes of a new project.

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