Getting Problems in Perspective

Sometimes when we have a problem, the torchbeam of our attention shines on nothing else but the problem. We can feel stuck with a situation that seems overwhelming. Asking some simple questions that encourage people to widen their 'torchbeam' and recognise the times when the problem doesn't exist, helps get perspective on the present state.

For more ways to work more effectively, improve planning, approach problem solving creatively, and manage time better, visit the Increasing Effectiveness course information page.

Keeping Problems in Perspective.pdf