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Archive for January, 2014

29
Jan

This is the second post inspired by my interview with Canadian Olympic Women’s Soccer coach John Herdman.  [To read the first post on the characteristics of excellence, click here.] John and I will be among the speakers at the upcoming XL Leadership Summit this February in Vancouver.  John is totally amazing and as sophisticated a […]

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26
Jan

This post is inspired by my recent interview with Canadian Olympic Women’s Soccer coach John Herdman.   John and I will be among the speakers at the upcoming XL Leadership Summit this February in Vancouver.  I’m so glad we got the conversation going early. I was wowed by John’s thoroughly modern view of leadership and teams—it […]

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22
Jan

I’m really excited to bring you a guest post from my friend Andrew Webster.  Andrew is the Director of Change and Innovation Simulations at ExperiencePoint, a really innovative learning company that condenses real-world experience into one-day simulations. They work with most of the world’s top executive education providers (including Knightsbridge), and a good chunk of […]

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19
Jan

Effective communication is one of the most important differentiators between a vital team and a toxic one.  I dedicate a lot of time in team interventions to the skills of communication because it’s more likely that team members are in tension because of poor communication than because of malicious intent. That is, most interpersonal conflict […]

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15
Jan

Last year, my colleague Vince Molinaro wrote a great rant about the 10 worst types of leaders.  You can read the full post here.  I came across it again recently and had the horrible realization that people work for these leaders. That sad fact has inspired a monthly blog series on how you and your […]

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12
Jan

I recently wrote my first post for HBR.org. In it, I shared the idea that every individual on a team needs to take responsibility for how they are contributing to team dysfunction. You can read the full post here. One of the comments posted on the blog really got me thinking, so I am responding […]

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08
Jan

Are you a real team player who makes an effort to promote healthy and harmonious dynamics on your team? If so, great.  We need more people who are willing to invest in effective teams.  Before you get too complacent about your contribution, take a look at some of these ways that good intentions can have […]

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06
Jan

What do you get when you cross complex, pressure-filled team challenges with a general fear and loathing of conflict? You get passive-aggressive behavior.  Given how stressful and complicated work has become, it’s no surprise that conflicts arise, but what’s destroying our teams is that we never learned how to have conflict in a way that […]

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01
Jan

New Year, new job, new team? If you’re starting out the new year by joining a new team, here are a few things to think about to get off on the right foot. A little effort invested now will save you a lot of headache and heartache in the long run. What to ask the […]

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