2020 has left us all a bit battered and bruised, but one of the most important lessons we’ve learned this year is that no matter how many battered and bruised bananas we have lying on the countertop, banana bread is ABSOLUTELY NOT THE ANSWER.
One of the biggest unexpected successes of 2020 for us was the Dirty Salad Club.
We started this in March 2020, when Ireland and most of the world was dealing with a lockdown and working from home for the first time. We wanted to create a space for us to get together and get vulnerable. We aimed to learn together and expand our networks, while physically staying apart.
Safety in Numbers?
Traditionally, the focus of risk management has been on “objective” measures, worked out through risk models and statistics. People sometimes think there is safety in numbers, that there’s reliability in numeric measurements. But these approaches can be incoherent and inconsistent. Read More “The Risky Business of Agility”
What is the Dirty Salad Club?
We wanted to create a space for coaches, trainers, psychologists, and HR/L&D professionals to get together and get vulnerable. We wanted to support others, share insights, and have a place we can learn from each other.
What is vulnerability?
Vulnerability is all about dropping your armour, being open about how you’re feeling, being honest with others, and admitting mistakes or shortcomings.