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Archive for May, 2016

29
May

A few experiences recently triggered me to start a series on changes in team leadership. In the first post, I talked about the decision to vie for your boss’ job and how to behave while you’re in the running. Today, I’m focused on the folks who aren’t interested in the job, but do need to […]

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25
May

Three events recently have got me thinking about leadership transitions and their impact on teams. First, I attended a one-day conference of Industrial Psychology practitioners and heard a panel of CEO succession experts. Second, I started working with a client where the long time owner is preparing to hand the reins to a successor from […]

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15
May

I was talking with someone this morning about the sorry state of meetings. We spend so much time in the weeds and waste a precious opportunity to have valuable conversations about stuff that really matters. We talked about a few things, but the one that left me fired up was the amount of time we […]

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11
May

I was treated to such a nice Mothers’ Day this year. While enjoying my breakfast in bed, I watched a really interesting documentary on the English castle at Dover. (This was the trifecta for me: documentary, about anything British, with ties to World War II history!) The show detailed the insurmountable walls and impenetrable defenses […]

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08
May

How many times have you heard someone say, “let’s just take the emotions out of this discussion?” It’s one of my favorite lines I hear in team effectiveness sessions. And when I say “favorite,” I mean, forehead slapping, groan-inducing, “this is going to be a long day” type of favorite. Recently, a colleague shared with […]

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04
May

When working with senior executives, one of the most common requests I get is to help create “juicy conversations.” What they mean by “juicy” is deep, probing, uncomfortable, novel, productive conversations that go beyond the normal safe, boring talk that consumes most meetings. Upon observation, I’ve realized that these leaders aren’t getting juicy conversations because […]

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