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Square Wheels LEGO Poster on CONFIDENCE

May 31, 2014 | Team work

I got the idea to do a number of illustrating posters on keyword themes, so the first one that goes up is a spoof on Confidence.

Your thoughts?

LEGO POSTER - Confidence with SWs One

The Big Idea is to illustrate the ideas and concepts underlying our engagement and involvement approach of using the Square Wheels tools with some of our LEGO images, since the colors are more engaging.

The fun continues,

For the FUN of It!

Scott hat butt blue smallDr. Scott Simmerman is a designer of team building games and organization improvement tools. Managing Partner of Performance Management Company since 1984, he is an experienced presenter and consultant.

 
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Dr. Scott Simmerman

Dr. Scott Simmerman is a designer of team building games and organization improvement tools. Managing Partner of Performance Management Company since 1984, he is an experienced presenter and consultant, earning CPT and CPF credentials. -- You can reach Scott at scott@squarewheels.com and a detailed profile is here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottsimmerman/ -- Scott is the original designer of The Search for The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine teambuilding game and the Square Wheels® images for organizational development.

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  1. russlinden

    It’s cute, Scott. On the other hand, the issue isn’t necessarily confidence, but overconfidence. Managers and leaders who are overconfident stop listening, don’t seek input, are blind to the signals that the program is going off the rails. Not sure how you show that, graphically, however … Russ

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  2. Dr. Scott Simmerman

    I am hoping that a lot of viewers will have that whole reaction. Plus, there IS the opposite side called, “Risk Aversion.” I am a little tongue-in-cheek on this illustration… The theme can also be, “If it ain’t totally broken, why deal with it? We’ll meet our goals, regardless…” (That is a workplace reality these days – just meeting the goal and avoiding risk.) — I still owe you that guest blog!

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