Posts Tagged ‘Communication’

Straight Talking with Team Talk

Posted on: August 25th, 2017 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

It can be difficult to get people to talk sometimes, especially about what really matters most to them at work. Games can make it easier to talk. A good board game reminds us of rainy caravan holidays when we were children. It was easy to forget the rain and become immersed in the roll of […]


Wave goodbye to the Silo

Posted on: May 28th, 2014 by Sticky Thinker No Comments

This post was originally published in February 2013 over on our Superhero HQ blog. We think that it’s worth sharing with you again so we’ve given it a little polish to bring it bang up to date.   Here at Clear Thinking we're big into collaboration and so waving goodbye to the silos that form […]


Breaking Bad……News!

Posted on: April 23rd, 2014 by Sticky Thinker No Comments

I remember those moments as a manager when I had to tell my team something I knew they wouldn’t like. I remember being nervous about the exact words I would use and apprehensive about their reaction. I remember worrying about how the message might damage our relationship. I also remember having to deliver messages that […]


Sometimes it’s better to seek permission

Posted on: March 11th, 2014 by Sticky Thinker No Comments

Normally we’d say it’s OK to seek forgiveness rather than permission but there are times when that’s simply not the case. We found ourselves in a bit of a tight spot recently with a company that we’ll call Fancy Image Inc’, a made-up name for the purposes of our story. We have a strong visual […]


The difference between horse meat and beef..

Posted on: March 12th, 2013 by Clear Thinking Team No Comments

…..or 3 things you're probably doing to erode trust Over the weekend I received four emails from big companies that count me as one of their valued Customers. Even though they didn’t explicitly say so, all four emails were about the same subject – Trust. Two emails were from businesses that were proud to let me know […]


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