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Posts Tagged ‘overwhelmed

07
Feb

A couple of weeks ago, I did a feature on how teams are sinking into the weeds. In that post, I talked about the nature of effective team conversations and the dimensions on which those conversations start to lose value. Now, I’ve turned that post into a handy-dandy quiz you can use to assess just […]

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06
Jan

This is the final post in a short series explaining why my new firm is called 3COze (rhymes with “she goes”). The name links directly to our mission statement: “we will radically transform the way people communicate, connect, and contribute so they can achieve amazing things together.” In the first three posts over here at […]

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08
Apr

  I bet you’re a busy person.  Don’t believe me, see for yourself…Does your task list equate to more hours than you have in the day? Do you routinely have to finish work in the evenings or on weekends just to keep your head above water? Are you often wanted in two places at once […]

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29
Oct

  I walk down the aisle to my desk and sit down in front of my computer. It’s 10:30 and I have just finished three back-to-back half-hour meetings. I have 30 minutes before I go into three more.  I’m resurfacing long enough to gasp a breath before submerging again. I’m agitated; I have so much […]

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26
Feb

Lately, I’ve been working with an organization undergoing a massive culture shift.  The most important and impressive aspect is the shift to greater discipline. My exposure to that company and its leaders has made me view other organizations differently. It has made it abundantly clear to me how few organizations, teams, and ultimately how few […]

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14
May

I love when people say they’re struggling with their team.  NO, not because I’m a nasty person who likes to see people suffer!  To me, if you’re struggling, it means two things: 1) you are trying to make your team work, which is incredibly important; and 2) you aren’t giving up at the first sign […]

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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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25
Mar

I’ve been getting ready to post a set of resources (video, blog, worksheet) on how to say “no.”  I thought that before I did that, I should probably spend some time on the topic of when to say “yes.” Here is a quick but important review that you should do when a significant (or even […]

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27
Jan

I believe that saying “no” is one of the most important things you can do to make your team stronger.  Too often, when you take one for the team and add another task to your already overflowing list, you create an unhealthy situation not only for yourself, but for your team.  By committing to work […]

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