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Posts Tagged ‘goals

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Feb

We got talking about expectations in a session I was facilitating last week. The conversation was like a giant projective test; quickly exposing the participants’ core ideologies about people, and relationships, and trust. Some of the people around the table talked about the power of the self-fulfilling prophecy and how setting lofty goals can inspire […]

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21
May

Do you have micro-managing tendencies? As a leader, do you only feel confident when you feel like you have your finger on the pulse of your organization? Do you love getting to the root of an issue, no matter how far into the weeds it takes you? Is your favorite part of the meeting the […]

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30
Nov

If there is one line I hear over and over from the middle layers of management, it’s “what are we going to stop doing?” They are desperate for activities to be removed from their very full plates if new ones are going to be added. Although trade-offs are welcomed by most, it’s a different story […]

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16
Nov

When Craig and I are invited to work with a team, it’s common that the client cites trust issues as one of the reasons for engaging us. Although it’s immediately apparent that trust is weak, once we get working with the team, often the trust issues turn out to be the symptom rather than the […]

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19
Oct

Somehow, we’ve ended up with very few leaders in our organizations and a whole heck of a lot of very highly paid individual contributors. I’m getting pretty frustrated by this. I know immediately that it’s a problem in an organization when the CEO starts talking about upward delegation and a lack of accountability, even from […]

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13
Apr

We’re helping a group of senior leaders prepare to cascade their corporate business strategy down into their departments. I’m putting the materials together and thought I would take a moment to share the ideas with you. I can’t cover a half-day workshop in one post, but I can focus on one element that I think […]

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17
Jan

The topic of “accountability” anchors almost every leadership discussion I witness these days. While I hear the word accountability ad nauseam, what I see are leaders who lack the intestinal fortitude to follow through on the actions that create it. Here are the things you’re doing that are eroding accountability. Taking Control The executive team […]

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05
Apr

  In my previous post, I recommended that teams move to a collaborative process for setting performance objectives.  It’s a practice I encourage because of the disconnect that comes from highly interdependent individuals having poor visibility to what their teammates are being held accountable for.  You can read that post here.  In today’s post, I’m […]

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29
Mar

  Is teamwork absolutely essential to delivering the plan in your company? Are there multiple interdependencies among you and your teammates that affect your ability to get things done? Are there times when you need to share resources to make sure the most important things are accomplished? Do you set your objectives independently so that […]

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