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THINK GLOBAL PEOPLE LEARNING & DE VELOPMENT


Tuning in to your team to unlock creativity


Creativity and play are tried and tested ways of helping us to understand the world. Today, there is much to make sense of. Executive coach Paul Williamson’s recent webinar was a reassuring way of understanding how we can all reconnect with creativity to respond to the new normal writes Ruth Holmes.


T


ake a moment: suspend reality


and think


of your team and wider organisation as


an orchestra. With lockdown and remote


working – or even working cross- border before lockdown – it might feel like we are all playing our parts in diff erent rooms. In a very real way, many of us are doing just that. The challenge is that this makes


it very diffi cult to hear each other, work and play together in concert. Some rooms might be too far away to hear the music at all. Others might have less soundproofi ng so other players are drowned out. This can make us uncertain of


our own parts – the music we are playing and how others hear us – and aff ect our team and individual performance. Paul Williamson’s timely, and now downloadable, webinar is a great starting place for everyone – teams and individuals – to pick up their instruments, fi nd peace and stability and have their voice and creativity heard again amid the clamour caused by Covid-19 and perform brilliantly.


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