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Archive for November, 2015

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Nov

  In my previous post, I shared a trend that is alarming me: the homogenization of executives into a couple of more dominant styles and the weeding out of two less prevalent perspectives.  The two common executives profiles are the doer and the dreamer.  Each of these bring considerable value to the table, but without […]

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22
Nov

  I’m troubled by a pattern that is emerging in the data I collect about executive teams. The perspectives of the individual team members are alarmingly skewed. Of the four possible profiles on the tool I use, two account for at least 80% of executives with the other two profiles about as common as the Hawaiian […]

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19
Nov

  Work is hard. And if you toil away in solitude, it’s arduous and sometimes overwhelming. What a waste when you have teammates who can share the burden and even lighten the load. If you are struggling in silence, ask yourself why. Why don’t you share? Here are the most common things you tell yourself […]

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15
Nov

  I gave a keynote session last week to a group of Health and Safety experts. Following the speech, they were asking questions about the impact of dysfunctional teams on workplace mental health. Someone asked for assistance in dealing with a co-worker who doesn’t pull her weight. Here’s what I recommended. As you always hear […]

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11
Nov

Trust is the basis of a healthy team dynamic. Too little trust and you won’t open up, won’t bother sharing your unique value, and won’t have the courage to broach difficult topics. Without trust, much of the value of the team is left unrealized. If you want to increase trust on your team, there are […]

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04
Nov

  At a recent lunch with a friend, the topic of organizational politics came up. He’s hoping for a promotion to a senior leadership role and is concerned that his strong track record and his exemplary team leadership might not be enough to overcome the political savvy of the other person vying for the role. […]

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01
Nov

  I had coffee recently with an amazing woman whom I met somewhat serendipitously a couple of months ago. After meeting her only once, I knew I wanted to stay in touch. She was magnetic: intelligent, insightful, energizing, and articulate. So I was shocked when our conversation turned to how she sometimes struggles to connect with […]

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