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Archive for May, 2014

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May

Have you lived through a time of uncertainty on your team? What did you learn about your comfort with ambiguity and your strategies for coping with a vacuum of information? You probably have your own way of handling these difficult situations and it’s important to be aware of your tendencies and the impact of these […]

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25
May

Last year, my colleague Vince Molinaro wrote a great rant about the 10 worst types of leaders. You can read the full post here. When I came across it again, I had the inspiration to write a monthly series on how you and your team can survive under a terrible leader. This is the fifth […]

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21
May

I am a child of the seventies. I was raised on Wonder Bread, Wonder Woman, and the Wonder Twins (It was wonder-full). And although Wonder Woman, with her invisible jet and the lasso of truth (not to mention the bodacious eagle bustier) was a pretty alluring hero, I was always partial to the Wonder Twins. […]

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18
May

During the question and answer period after a recent speech to the SCNetwork, I was asked how to handle a person who dominates team discussions. This is a situation that many people face, so I thought I would share my original answer (see the video) and a few additional thoughts with you here on the […]

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14
May

Positive feedback is rare and precious and you need to make sure you treat it as such. It’s rare because we tend to take good behavior for granted. There are many “no news is good news” leaders out there. Energy gets directed into fixing bad behaviour rather than into reinforcing good behaviour. Favorable feedback is […]

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11
May

“Feedback is a gift.” How many times have you heard that little gem?  I don’t know about you, but I’ve noticed that not many people ask for feedback for their birthday, so clearly it’s not up there with a new iPad or a trip to Vegas. The gift of feedback is more like the gift […]

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07
May

Do you have a relationship where damaged trust is interfering with your ability to get things done? In my previous post, I showed you my favorite trust hack—acting as if you trust someone until your brain catches up and starts actually trusting them. Today, are you game for something a little more challenging? Building back […]

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04
May

Do you have a relationship where damaged trust is interfering with your ability to get things done? It can be difficult to repair trust, but there are a couple of things you can do to build back your confidence in one another. I’ll share one today and one in my next post. If you have […]

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