In the shepherding world and at Raising the Baa we find U a difficult letter to use, as its pronunciation describes a female sheep. And for those who are familiar with our communications it is apparent that we substitute EWE for U more often than not!
And we love it when people start using it when conversing back since we reckon we’ve got a real fan 😊
Continuing our series, The A-Z of Team Building, the following topics are unpacked:
– one of the absolute basics underpinning every aspect of a team and its dynamics
– the impact and reasons for change – which elements can last the course
– consequences of one action on another and the importance of communicating them
This series was inspired by the many lessons learned by our clients following their experience of Raising the Baa. And we punctuate it with a few insights of our own too.
Expect plenty of analogies from the world of sheep and dogs from Head Shepherd & Founder of Raising the Baa, Chris Farnsworth, in these short and lively conversations with Paul Warriner, our Lead Facilitator.
Tune in by scrolling up to the top of this page or click here to access it on all the major podcast platforms.
Enjoy – and thank ewe for listening 😊
In the final draw of the year, the prize is a hand-made sheep’s wool hot water bottle cover – to keep ewe snuggly warm in an eco-friendly and ecological way 🙂
To enter simply answer this question:
Which U word might have described Paul, according to Chris at one point during this episode?
Email your response to [email protected], with Sheep Dip in the subject box please.
The draw closes at 23.59 on 31 December 2022 and we’ll email the winners the following working day. One entry per episode. Open to UK residents only.
Sheep, Shepherd or Dog – which one are ewe? Take our personality quiz and find out.
Connect with the Speakers via LinkedIn:
Paul Warriner – The Recognition Coach and Lead Facilitator, Raising the Baa
Chris Farnsworth – Head Shepherd and Co-Founder, Raising the Baa
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