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    « Put experience on the agenda | Main | Map your expertise »
    Monday
    Jun032019

    Hidden experience is a huge cause of productivity loss

    This week I’m writing about experience people have that you might be ignoring. A barrier to hearing people’s experience is often the leader’s resistance to it.

    - Why wouldn’t you want to know about expertise that exists in your team?

    - Why wouldn't you want to know this information?

    - Why wouldn’t you want to hear it?

    ‘Why don’t people listen?’ author, Hugh Mackay says we don’t want to listen due to the fear that what we hear will change us.

    Australian Olympic athlete Cathy Freeman says 'when I'm in a bad mood, I don't listen.'

    Oscar Trimboli, author of ‘Deep Listening' says by not listening ’the same issues keep occurring therefore people are blamed.’ Excuses like: No time Too much to do Too hard Too many people to get through ...are excuses with simple answers.

    It takes effort and empathy to pay attention to people, especially when they're sharing their story, and it’s not about you. New ways of working require us to change what we do so we can make progress through these tricky times. To listen and learn from others is a key part of this. And for many people this indeed is a 'new way of working'. 

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