PEEL THE ORANGE (PTO) – BENEFITS
The operating rooms in a trauma centre would be useless without the trauma teams being skilled in PTO. Any major airport would be a daily disaster area if pilots and air traffic controllers were unskilled in PTO. No football team could survive a season without highly developed PTO skills.
In ordinary, everyday life there are probably few occasions where an individual needs to be a skilled PTOer and that is a good thing. However, where one gets into leadership roles in high performance scenarios, emergency or dangerous situations or where timing is critical, or in highly competitive business and other environments that PTO becomes a strategic tool that can give the skilled user and/or team that coveted survival advantage’.
In the last DFQ you were asked to list three benefits that are likely to come from the PTO leadership skill.
PEEL THE ORANGE (PTO) – DISADVANTAGES
Today, I want to discuss the possible disadvantages of “Peel the Orange”. There are, of course, pluses and minuses to everything and PTO is no exception. Often, the greater the upside in a situation the greater the potential downside.
So what are the risks, dangers and potential disadvantages of PTO?
List three possible disadvantages of PTO as follows:
1. For the trainee (you) …
2. For the trainer (Michael)…
3. For the class …