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Posts Tagged ‘dysfunctional team

07
Aug

Recently, I gave a speech at the International Coach Federation conference in Atlanta, Georgia.  As part of the ICF conference, they had a master coach demonstrate her coaching live on stage.  When she asked for a willing volunteer to be coached in front of a couple hundred people, up popped the hand of Erica Loren.  As […]

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25
May

Last year, my colleague Vince Molinaro wrote a great rant about the 10 worst types of leaders. You can read the full post here. When I came across it again, I had the inspiration to write a monthly series on how you and your team can survive under a terrible leader. This is the fifth […]

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18
Sep

  It’s incredibly frustrating to work with someone who can dish it out but can’t take it.  In my previous post, I talked about the bad habits of these “porcupines” who are all prickly on the outside but have a soft, undefended underbelly. They tend to have double standards when it comes to doling out […]

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21
Aug

My first dysfunctional team was a challenging, painful, character building (as my mom would call it) experience. It taught me many things (the hard way). It taught me about the importance of all being on the same page as a team. It taught me about how critical it is to have a trusting relationship with […]

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09
Jul

This is the third in a series about accountability for sustaining team effectiveness breakthroughs after your offsite sessions.  The first was about the shared responsibility. The second provided instructions on how to hold yourself accountable for sustaining the change.  In this post, I’ll share the make-or-break approach to helping a teammate who slips up. Helping […]

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16
May

In my last post, I asked you to cut yourself some slack if you’re struggling with being an effective team member.  That’s because struggling is the opposite of settling; and none of us can afford to settle for a dysfunctional, stalled, or unproductive team. If you’re struggling, you’re working to make it better. “If you’re […]

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01
Apr

I hear complaints about workload and being stretched all the time. Unfortunately, the people who are over-extending themselves are the same people who say “yes” to everything anyone throws at them.  This blog contains a video and free worksheet to help you figure out when and how to say “no.” Based on the response to […]

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27
Mar

This is part two of my blog series in preparation for the launch of the How to Say “No” toolkit (coming soon).  Step one, described in the first post, was to figure out what to say “yes” to.  In it, I talked about the importance of staying focused in your sweet spot; that magical intersection […]

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03
Feb

I launched the Right Words to Say column and video series as a way to help people struggling with real issues on their teams. This week I received a great question from Karen who’s looking for help with what to say to a colleague paralyzed by organizational change. What do you say when a teammate […]

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