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Archive for April, 2013

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Apr

This is the second of a two part blog on getting conflict right.  This one is for you if you’ve been accused of being aggressive or a bully.  If you wouldn’t hurt a fly, read the first in the series on how to overcome your conflict avoidant tendencies–it’s here. Most people struggle to find that […]

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24
Apr

  I’m preparing for a session with a team that has significant conflict issues. Half the team is engaging in personal, nasty, and divisive conflict. The other half of the team is disengaging and hiding from the conflict. Both are major issues. It is a great reminder that most of us are struggling to find […]

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22
Apr

  Do your passive-aggressive teammates regularly drag you into gossip sessions?  Are you feeling uncomfortable with these unproductive gripe sessions but unsure how to escape? If you’re going to make your team healthier, you need to shut down gossip. So many people have asked me how they can get out of this situation gracefully that […]

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17
Apr

If you even think about using social media to address an issue with a teammate, you have crossed the line. You’ve ceased to be the victim and become the aggressor. What got me thinking about this today? It was an article forwarded to me by my colleague Lisa Langley.  You can read it here. It’s the story […]

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11
Apr

Don’t waste too much time trying to get people to believe in change. Sacrilege, I know. Let me explain. Recently, I spent time with a team that’s adjusting to a pretty big change.  They’ve implemented a new structure and some members are having a hard time swallowing it.  Why: because the new structure involves a […]

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05
Apr

Even if you’re the most conscientious, friendly, and collaborative person around, you probably did something today that detracted from the effectiveness of your team. Find at least one of these that you can work on to make tomorrow a better day than today. 1. You slogged away doing something you weren’t good at. Tomorrow, put […]

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01
Apr

I hear complaints about workload and being stretched all the time. Unfortunately, the people who are over-extending themselves are the same people who say “yes” to everything anyone throws at them.  This blog contains a video and free worksheet to help you figure out when and how to say “no.” Based on the response to […]

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