A fun, and impactful way, to create shared mental models, and explore common frameworks is through TED Talks. In today's post I wanted to share with you five different TED Talks you might find interesting as you create more shared frameworks. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of great TED talks out in the world now - so I am sure to be returning for a part 2 of this listing for you and you team to check out.
Simon Sinek's How Great Leaders Inspire Action. View it here.
Jason Fried: Why Work Doesn't Happen at Work: View it here.
Tom Wujek's Build a Tower, Build a Team. View it here.
Shawn Anchor - The Happy Secret to Better Work. View it here.
Sheila Heen's How to Use Other's Feedback to Learn and Grow. View it here.
Consider how you might bring one of these into an upcoming meeting.
Questions you may want to discuss after each viewing are:
What elements did you find interesting or relevant to our team experience?
What ideas could we experiment or incorporate into our work?
What can we as a team do to integrate some of these concepts?
What are some of your favorite TED Talks? What TED Talks would add to a team experience. Please feel free to share it here.
Have a great Wednesday,