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Transforming unwritten rules


Book reference - worksheets 7.3 to 7.7

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Purpose, a four-part exercise to expose and transform the underlying unwritten rules that adversely affect organisational performance. To hold each other to account for agreed performance improvements.

For more details on how to define values and behaviours in teams and additional exercises, please purchase my book: Developing High Performance Teams on the link provided below.

The book is a toolkit to help managers, consultants, trainers and facilitators to run exceptional team development events.

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The resources below are free for you to download and use for your team development event. All I ask is that you attribute it the source appropriately, please as well as the supporting text and references from my book. It is important that you honour this, please.

Please also let me know how you get on using it. I'd love to hear from you.

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Transforming unwritten rules - worksheet 7.3 to 7.6 - (pdf; 0.0602 Mb) download icon
Examples of real unwritten rules - worksheet 7.7 - (pdf; 0.0118 Mb) download icon

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