I received a great question over Twitter this morning. The person asked, is there another side to the risk of conflict debt (the price we pay for avoiding conflicts that we need to work through)? Is there also a risk of conflict fatigue? First, there’s nothing I like more than starting my day with […]
If folks on your team are agreeing to disagree, you’re set up for failure. Here’s are the simple steps your team can use to learn to disagree and commit.
Make your execution faster and more successful by separating these three different phases of the decision-making process.
Use this exercise with your team to avoid common mistakes that team leaders make.
It’s easy to think that saying “yes” is the path to more, stronger, better. Surprisingly, it’s often what you say “no” to that will make you happier, healthier, and more productive.
Do you introduce yourself in a way that instantly conveys confidence and makes people want to know more about you? If not, it’s time!
Is the narrator in your head giving you good advice? If not, it might be time to stop trusting it.
Create a story that connects the disparate lists in your organization so employees can use your strategies, goals, and values to make better decisions every day.
If you want one way to sound smarter in your writing and presentations, clean up your lists. Poor grammar makes lists less clear and less compelling.
Tips for what to do when an important stakeholder skips your meetings and complains about what you decide.
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