So you know how you can come home from a course all pumped up with new learning, new insights, energy from the participants, new connections, etc., etc.?
And then you have to deal with “reality” back home, and the questions of how to share the new learning with friends, associates, loved ones, etc., etc. and it all starts to slide downhill, leak away through your fingers?
That's NOT me!
When I came home from the certification course in Human System Dynamics last week, I had the joy of continuing to learn, gain insights, get energy because my sweetheart, and business partner, had attended with me (or more precisely, I with her, since it was her idea in the first place). And we have continued our great discussions about the intersection of the consulting / training work that we do with the concepts of HSD. [www.hsdinstitute.org]
Did I mention that she is also my business coach? [www.adaptivecoach.com]
So we have been rockin'! – bouncing ideas around, reviewing past experiences and work, playing with new “what if's” in the context of “patterns”, “containers”, “differences”, “exchanges”, etc., etc. [“patterns, containers, differences, exchanges” are all part of the HSD lexicon]
Yeah; I know – kids with new toys.
- AND, our work is our play (Work = Play)
- AND, we've got all these great case studies of previous and current consulting engagements we've shared
- AND, we're seeing connections expand exponentially between the areas in which we work: IT Service Management best practices, Teamwork best practices, business Coaching, and Leadership behaviours
- AND, the science of Human Systems Dynamics is explaining to us how
- some best practice adoptions go well / don't go well / do both
- the teamwork retreat “BootCamp” accomplishes so much in just a week [www.liveingreatness.com]
- some organizations are open to new ideas & practices / some aren't / are both
- and so on...
Just in case you are thinking that HSD is only for organizations, consultants, change agents, folks who like new mental toys, ... keep in mind that the first word is “Human” and that, hopefully, applies to all of us. :-)
More to come...