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Nov

In my previous post, I shared with you the idea of “conflict debt,” where we avoid the uncomfortable conversations that are desperately needed for the health of our organizations, our teams, and ourselves. When we avoid these prickly situations, we rack up conflict debt and start paying debilitating interest. But if conflict aversion is so […]

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15
Oct

I wrote an article for Quartz last week on the Harvey Weinstein case. In it, I talked about the need to change our perspective about acting on office rumors, particularly when rumors might be the only protection against an abusive predator in the office. The article started many conversations and has kept me thinking about […]

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14
May

We blow it when it comes to managing the dominant personalities on our teams. Here’s why. It’s very common for me to work with teams where one strong personality dominates the team and detracts from a positive dynamic.  Often that’s why I’m there–the team hasn’t been able to deal with the person themselves. Now, it […]

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05
Mar

I gave a speech last week to a group of leaders from the legal industry. The audience was filled with the people who support the lawyers: people from HR, marketing, finance, etc. I was talking about the importance of productive conflict when an audience member asked the question that everyone had been thinking about. “How […]

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14
Jun

  During the question and answer section of a speech I gave last week, someone posed a question that I think is top of mind for many people: if two of my teammates are fighting, should I get involved?  How would you answer? Do you subscribe to the “none of my business” approach and butt […]

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14
Apr

One of the most difficult and demoralizing workplace situations to endure is when someone criticizes you in front of your whole team. Each of us responds slightly differently to that situation: how you react will depend on your self-confidence, your physical state at the time (e.g., are you tired, anxious, or angry), and the cultural norms […]

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02
Apr

I help people build high performing teams. That’s my job, and more importantly, it’s my passion. In my personal life, I am an equally passionate advocate for mental health. This week, those two parts of my life will come together when I speak at a conference on building resilience in children. The theme of my […]

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27
Aug

In my most recent post for Psychology Today, I shared a story about the value of humor in creating safe language to change your team for the better.  I’m a big fan of humor and its value in helping us talk about things that are too difficult to hit head on.  I should have been […]

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