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SC Newsletter #2

Welcome to the 2nd edition of the newsletter.

New this week

📃 Blog: A simple framework for problem solving

There are many ways you can approach a problem, complex or tricky situation. A simple framework I encountered a little while ago and originating from Georg Hegel is to run your ideas through these steps;


This is known as a dialectic method, which is a discourse between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject but wishing to establish the truth through reasoned argumentation. But the method equally applies to your own thought processes, so not needing other people to complete the exercise. Arguably and there is some value in you becoming skilled in seeing other perspectives to enhance management of your own biases.

THESIS – What is your idea and and perspective on the situation and what elements are critical to include?

AntiTHESIS – What is the opposite or opposing idea and perspective and what elements are critical to include?

SynTHESIS – What is most important step forward? How can it be easily actioned and who needs to take the lead?

Read more here

Social post of the week: All about creating a good culture

Jonathan Haynes on Twitter sharing Mustafa Sarker’s work

“Mus’s session compared the role of the environment in developing resilience to that of a garden… reminding us that we typically fix the environment when the flower’s not blooming… not the flower. The same is true for us as coaches/trainers- “think like a farmer”

See the accompanying slide here

In the community

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📆 Upcoming Community Events

  • Live Q&A, a drop in session where you get the support you need for whatever you’re working on. Friday (TODAY) at 4pm (UK time)

🎥 Replay of the week

‘Get Better clients’ Workshop replay

We all want to do great work with great people don’t we? How do we get great clients to work with? In this session I go through a few key frameworks to find better people to work with.

🏅Top threads

Community Poll: What is driving your work activities at the moment?

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