On this Episode of Unbound Conversations
Flow is a holistic sensation that people feel when they act with total involvement. In this fascinating discussion on team flow, Jef dives into the science around team flow theory and high performance. You’ll hear his ambition to enable optimal collaboration and raise the climax of flow with teams working on impactful projects.
Whether you're a leader, or team member, or simply want to perform your best, discover the conditions necessary to experience flow and apply this to your daily life.
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About the Guest
Dr. Jef van den Hout PDEng holds a Ph.D. in the conceptualization and measurement of team flow and from there an approach to spark team flow in professional organizations.
Jef is the founder of Flow Concepts and an associate researcher at the Eindhoven University of Technology and the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
His current research interests are flow, team flow, optimal collaboration, sustainable performance, and challenge-based learning environments (e.g., innovation ecosystems or professional learning communities).
Jef’s personal mission is to bridge the gap between science and practice.
“I find it fascinating to unravel climates for optimal collaboration and moments of team flow. Especially, if the ambitions could lead to something just beautiful, something unusually good, or something completely innovative!”
- The background and development of Jef's team flow theory
- Key conditions for team flow
- Why negative feedback is sometimes necessary
- The role of trust between team members in building psychological safety
- The future of collaboration and coaching