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Posts Tagged ‘engagement

10
Dec

We’re not having enough conflict. We need more conflict to trigger innovation, mitigate risks, surface issues that could erode trust, and to advocate for ourselves. Although you know intellectually that working through the conflict is important, the voices inside your head give you so many reasons why you should avoid it. One of those voices […]

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26
Feb

I’m keeping it short and to the point today. I have decided that “Keep Calm and Carry On” is a terrible motto for teams. Craig and I are working with a really nice team right now. We enjoy their cooperation and camaraderie. So why is their keep calm and carry on culture worrying us? Because […]

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20
Feb

I’m doing a bunch of interviews in preparation for a team effectiveness program. Mid-way through the third interview, I covertly open my calendar to double make sure these people are part of the same team. The team being described by the third interviewee bears no resemblance to the one described by the previous two. After […]

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12
Feb

“Character may be manifested in the great moments, but it is made in the small ones.” -Phillips Brooks, American clergyman (1835-1893) I was looking for inspiration this morning when I stumbled upon this quote. It got me wondering about the small moments that define a team member’s character. It’s those small moments when you decide […]

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10
Jun

  Last week, I had the privilege of giving a luncheon address at a Women of Influence event.  This amazing 20 year old institution gives women the chance to share the personal stories behind their professional success.  Although I give speeches all the time, until now, they had never been about me.  It forced me […]

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22
Mar

  There are a lot of activities that look like communication that really shouldn’t count.  Sending an email out into the abyss isn’t communicating. Popping into someone’s office to say something and then moving right along isn’t communicating. Listening to someone talk without saying a word isn’t communicating. If you eliminated all one-way transmission of […]

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20
Apr

The 3COze process helps team members understand their styles and needs and the impact they have on team dynamics.  We use the Birkman Method® as our tool in this process.  This is the fourth in a monthly series where I’ll help you look in the mirror using some of the insights that come through the Birkman®.  […]

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02
Oct

No, I’m not talking about a 1952 Mickey Mantle card from a pack of gum. I’m talking about the moment you got your first business card.  Do you remember that moment? I do. I had just finished five years in graduate school. I was 26 years old and had just moved to the big city […]

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01
Aug

Do you remember? Do you remember the time when you could get things done by sending out a memorandum on official looking stationery and people would just do what it said? Do you miss the memo?  Do you find it a drag to have to talk to people, listen to their perspectives, and actually take […]

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