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Archive for February, 2015

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Feb

  It’s a very difficult environment in which to establish and foster trust. That’s a problem because trust is one of the most important factors for building high performing teams.  Trust supports open and effective communication, it makes you comfortable with higher levels of conflict, and both communication and conflict underpin high quality decision making.  […]

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18
Feb

  When my colleague Vince Molinaro wrote a great rant about the 10 worst types of leaders, I was inspired to respond with a series on how you and your team can survive under each one. This is the ninth post in that series. Today’s terrible leader is one Vince calls the “good news leader.” […]

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15
Feb

How often do you meet with your team without actually communicating with them? For one team I worked with recently, that kind of meeting was commonplace. Now they were offsite with an opportunity to dig deeply into some of the most pressing questions facing the team. Three hours into the day, one of the participants […]

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11
Feb

  I sat in my boss’ office (in a past life) for the fourth consecutive monthly one-on-one where we didn’t talk about me, but instead talked exclusively about the poor performer on the team. To say I was getting bitter would be an understatement. I was young and inexperienced, but consensus was that I had […]

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08
Feb

  I was having lunch with a friend this week and talking about raising kids.  My friend said something that really stuck with me.  She said she could already see the fears and anxieties she had passed on to her kids: evidence of her own insecurities reflected in them.  She was now in the midst […]

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04
Feb

  In my previous post, I shared a big mistake that team leaders make by undervaluing recognition as a form of reward. You can read it here.  That got me thinking that in 20 years of consulting there are a few mistakes I’ve seen team leaders make way too often. Today, another one: treating people […]

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01
Feb

  Sixteen years ago, when I was a little baby consultant, I learned one of the most valuable lessons I ever learned about being a manager. I was facilitating focus groups of employees in a large retailer. The sessions followed an employee survey and the purpose was to identify actions that could be taken to […]

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