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Archive for April, 2015

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Apr

  I received another great question from the community this week.  “How do I help someone get past a pretty serious grievance with a teammate?” What a great question! Sadly, it’s relatively common to encounter people who feel they have been wronged and are now stuck; mired in bitterness, contempt, and crippled by their negative […]

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26
Apr

  “We regional office people never know what’s going on!” I’ve heard versions of this statement many, many times both inside the organizations I have worked in and from people in the organizations I’ve consulted to.  The notion that people in head office are “in the know,” while people in other offices are kept in the […]

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23
Apr

  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 tenth and final post in that series. Today’s terrible leader is one Vince calls the “please […]

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19
Apr

  Here’s a story I was told recently. You might have experienced something similar in your team. “My teammate, Mary, is such a great person.  She’s really nice, hard working, and a great contributor.  Unfortunately, our team leader just doesn’t like her, at least not compared to her favorites.  It shows in how the manager […]

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15
Apr

  You’re new. You’re keen. You’re full of good ideas. You’re irrelevant to your teammates.  D’Oh! As a new person on a team, how do you get noticed? How do you get involved in interesting projects? Most importantly, how do you make an impact? For most of us, running to keep up with our hectic […]

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12
Apr

  I love getting questions from members of the 3COze community.  Today’s question comes from Jonathan who asked “How do I manage more mature members of my team?” Great question Jonathan! Let’s start by defining our terms.  I’m assuming that when you say “mature,” you mean “old,” or at least significantly older than you. Let’s drop […]

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08
Apr

  I bet you’re a busy person.  Don’t believe me, see for yourself…Does your task list equate to more hours than you have in the day? Do you routinely have to finish work in the evenings or on weekends just to keep your head above water? Are you often wanted in two places at once […]

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05
Apr

  In my previous post, I recommended that teams move to a collaborative process for setting performance objectives.  It’s a practice I encourage because of the disconnect that comes from highly interdependent individuals having poor visibility to what their teammates are being held accountable for.  You can read that post here.  In today’s post, I’m […]

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