Tiny Triumph Toolkit
The tools are simple and easy to use.
This is a sort of fact-finding exercise about you and for you– what do you care about, and what would make your experience of work more human / meaningful / satisfying?
Skill Scan Tool
This is for you to assess a range of personal capabilities. What do you think you are good at? What could be better?
Skills Summary Grid
Skills develop through practice. The Skills Summary Grid maps a range of capabilities (what you can do) – thinking, doing, leading, connecting and enabling others – that you will use to complete Tiny Triumph activities.
Use it to help you reflect on the experience of acquiring skills. What helps? What holds you back?
The Work Scan tool is for exploring what you think you see around:
Workflows & trends
Knowledge flows & relationships
Workforce needs – social, emotional and psychological
Use this to assess your work and how it is supported. What’s good? What could better? What could be done better or differently (or stop doing)? This is about generating ideas.
Tiny Triumph Checklist
The checklist is used to evaluate options for action. What’s possible? What’s feasible?
What are you going to do? How? What resources and people will you need to help you? Use the checklist to monitor progress.
Future Skills Roadmap
The vertical dimension of the roadmap contains time horizons, depending on what timescale you want to monitor.
The horizontal dimension maps the five core capabilities. Each square in the roadmap expands to a more detailed information about people, projects and resources you think you will might need to develop specific capabilities with a timeframe.
I provide Open Tiny Triumph programmes for individuals, and customised, In-Company programmes for organisations.
I’d be delighted to hear from you to discuss either.