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Posts Tagged ‘dysfunction

10
Jun

Defensive people are the WORST! It drives me nuts when I give even the most minor piece of feedback and the person on the other end gets all hot under the collar and ignores every word I said. Grow up, people. You’re not perfect and pretending that you are is making you insufferable. Seriously! That’s […]

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03
Feb

I’m in the midst of an exciting new project building the very first 3COze product. We’ve decided that of all the tools to help teams become more effective, the ones that are most needed are the tools to help teams have more productive conflict. Our conflict toolkit is taking shape and soon we’ll be looking […]

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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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08
Oct

Trust is one of the most critical factors in building a high performing team. Without trust, things move slowly (often one step forward and two steps back), redundancy and rework increases, and engagement drops while stress goes up.  If there is an absence of trust on your team, take it seriously and address it as […]

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01
Oct

“How do I break down barriers and encourage a group of volunteers to strive for higher performance?” That is the question Ingrid posed recently on the ChangeYourTeam Community. Having experienced a few dysfunctional and under-performing volunteer organizations myself, I thought it was a great topic to discuss here on the blog. Let’s start with why […]

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