You tell yourself you’re picking your battles, but are you really just carrying a grudge? If so, you’re entering a downward spiral.
Do you have a colleague that drives you nuts? Have you ever considered that the very behavior that is driving you to distraction is exactly what they were put in the organization to do? Can you appreciate the superpowers in your organization?
What to do if a colleague is in the midst of an emotional outburst and you need to get the conversation back on track.
Are you stalling your decision-making by giving too much power to stakeholders who should only have a view, rather than a veto?
It’s easy to be attracted to optimistic thinking and turned off by cynicism, but both optimistic and cynical decision-making is lazy. Use this approach to improve the rigour of decision making in your business.
Are you adding value at the right level by envisioning a solution without designing or building it?
I’ve been asked whether or not my productive conflict techniques are manipulative. Here’s my answer.
Patrick Lencioni’s notion of a first team solves some problems but it creates others. Here’s another way to think about your competing team priorities.
Do you have a teammate who shares information you just don’t want to hear? Strategies for dealing with the four main types of over-sharers.
As a leader, you have choices about how spend your time. If you don’t choose deliberately, you probably get sucked into producing, and managing, rather than leading. Here are some steps to put a little more leadership in your day, week, month, and year.
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