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Archive for March, 2015

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Mar

  I wanted to be the first to tell you that I am quitting my job in team effectiveness. I’m going back to keynote speaking, strategy facilitation, leadership development…I’m not sure yet, but anything other than working with teams. Here’s why. I can’t possibly listen to another person end a really productive day with “I […]

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29
Mar

  Is teamwork absolutely essential to delivering the plan in your company? Are there multiple interdependencies among you and your teammates that affect your ability to get things done? Are there times when you need to share resources to make sure the most important things are accomplished? Do you set your objectives independently so that […]

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25
Mar

  In my previous post, I complained about people who transmit one-way messages and think they’ve communicated.  You can read the full post here. Essentially, the point is that transmitting a message without confirming whether or not it was received and, more importantly, how it was interpreted means you haven’t really communicated at all.  But […]

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22
Mar

  There are a lot of activities that look like communication that really shouldn’t count.  Sending an email out into the abyss isn’t communicating. Popping into someone’s office to say something and then moving right along isn’t communicating. Listening to someone talk without saying a word isn’t communicating. If you eliminated all one-way transmission of […]

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08
Mar

  Last week I wrote a post about crying at work.  Interestingly (but maybe not surprisingly), I didn’t get much feedback from men.  (Too radioactive to weigh in, maybe?) I did, however, get very polarized feedback from women. While there were many who wrote to say thank you for expressing what they have felt, there […]

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04
Mar

  In my previous post, I talked about emotional reactions to issues at work; specifically, things that make people cry.  In that post, I alluded to the idea that advanced warning of difficult messages gives time to process the issue, reduces the surprise factor, and makes it easier to control the emotional side of the […]

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01
Mar

I’ve been writing this blog for quite a while. I’ve shared the things I see as an executive team advisor, and I’ve exposed (and tried to be authentic about) the issues that I personally struggle with as a team member.  But there’s one topic I haven’t touched with a 10 foot pole–crying. Crying is not […]

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