Groundrules

Be Positive

June 19, 2011

Be Positive: Encourage others and maintain a can do attitude. We were in Calgary running the fourth leg of our eight marathons in eight countries in eight weeks and Andrew was suffering extreme pain in his right lower leg and shin, so much so that it was difficult to run and he was running with […]

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Put the ground rules in place

August 22, 2010

A question we are often asked is how do we get along and this post looks at a key aspect of this challenge. The Partnerunning approach involves multiple actions and we can’t do them all at once. We encourage people to work through the questions we give them and using the Partnerunning methodology they end […]

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Challenge 3: The challenge of agreed behaviours

April 20, 2010

Failing to address the challenge of agreed behaviours is one of the most common mistakes we see when people run, walk, cycle or engage in any type of activity where two or more are involved. The same types of problems occur in both personal and professional relationships where basic ground rules are not agreed and […]

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Exploring Trailwalker Team Rules – An example

April 14, 2010

In our recent blog we raised a number of questions for looking at team dynamics during the Oxfam Trailwalker. We also promised to provide an example of some of our Partnerunning tools including sharing the objectives and team guidelines we used in 2009 when we were part of the first mixed team in the Melbourne […]

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