Memory X Live recording

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Memory X Key notes

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4 quadrant Breakouts:

The four quadrants – Relate a time when you witnessed or participated in a quadrant two endeavour. Or you could ask for the participants to relate a time when they were in one of the other three quadrants.  What was it like for you? Where are you on a good day/bad day? Where did you grow up? Run your history …

4 quadrants Culture/ Nations

Quadrant 1: Accountants, Engineers,  High organization skills Country: Germany, Japan Quadrant 2: Great teachers, (use example from the room) describe what makes Quadrant 2 Quadrant 4: Sales, High people skills. Country: Jamaica, Quadrant 3: No relationships no structure, Haiti, North Korea,   Example: going through airports in different countries  

4 quadrants language

This is a working document. Please add the common language and words used in each quadrant and between quadrants.   4 Quadrant language examples: Quadrant 1 language: Am I here to hold hand holding?  I am not paid to be a babysitter.  Which quadrant is that in?  We should be babysitting, not my responsibility to get their act together. Examples: …

Three Lane Highway

  Description – The 3 Lane Highway model is used for improving communication in the workplace, and elsewhere.   Background – Was crated to solve the problem of not knowing how to begin discussing difficult topics.   Techniques – A good situation to use it in is when there is an “elephant in the room”  that no one is willing …

The 6 Profiles

The six profiles is a fantastic diagram to provide warning flags of the beginnings of irrational thinking.  One the lower left is the Passive Asset.  This kind of thinking says that ‘my ideas don’t matter’.  It is an excuse for checking out, not taking initiative, and excusing one’s self from fully participating in the team’s goals.  On the lower right …

4 Quadrants Diagram: Photos and picture

This diagram is useful for evaluating the dynamics of a team, and to ascertain what it may need in order to improve.  Quadrant 1 is a team high on rules, habits and structure but has little sense of collegiality.  Quadrant 4 is a team high on being warm and friendly; a buddy-buddy kind of place, but is low on adherence …