Psychologist, Pete Lindsay presents at the 2017 Supporting Champions Conference discussing his work with Mark Bawden at Mindflick who have developed a tool for improving performance by understanding one’s performance preferences.
0:25 The importance of understanding personality preferences in order for us to perform to our optimum
2:10 None of us are perfect!
2:26 Timing, finding the right time to deliver the right intervention in the right way
3:38 Gathering resources so that you can focus on the impactful intervention
4:53 Character comes before competence
5:27 When interviewing, we ask, “Are the candidates passionate, hungry, humble do they want to learn, are they socially smart?”
6:49 To be successful you need to be contextually sensitivity
7:56 Know me, know method, know foibles
8:34 Two lenses, two metrics of personality profiles. How do you make your decisions and where do you get your energy from?
9:30 FLEXing your style, how to effectively work with others
9:59 People change across contexts, the extent of the power of context is 70:30
10:17 Personality can change with volitional effort
14:15 We all have blindspots, when played in the wrong context they can be a weakness
15:14 How do teams perform well in volatile environments?
16:33 Building psychological safety
17:42 The importance of influencing other practitioners, influencing with integrity
19:15 Differences allow us to be more agile and flex our style
19:51 Pig Wrestling – pigs are problems, never wrestle with a problem!
20:38 Tackling the wrong problem
21:11 Premature evaluation problem! That one intervention is vital, so take the time to clean up the problem before launching the intervention.