With Lego, you can build everything. In this blog I will give you three useful building blocks that can help you successfully (re)build your teams.
As a child I was absolutely addicted to Lego. And, I must confess, I still am. If I happen to be in a toyshop, I always visit the Lego department where I amaze myself about all the creative and cool kits on offer. So, imagine this: you’re building a Lego City police and hospital kit with a friend and fellow Lego enthusiast. But she isn’t really cooperating. In stead, she is frustrating the process. Mixing blocks ups and even throwing them on the floor to annoy you.
Now, you wouldn’t expect that behaviour from a grownup, let alone a Lego enthusiast, would you? Doesn’t make any sense, too. Does it?
A police chief once told me that some police units can’t or won’t cooperate with each other, because the two officers who made it to unit chiefs never settled a squabble that took place thirty years ago. In a series of incidents in multiple Dutch hospitals, patients died of a direct result of lack of trust, cooperation and unspoken conflicts between doctors.