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Posts Tagged ‘performance management

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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19
Jun

A great test of whether or not a leadership team has high trust is how they handle the movement of people across different departments.  More often than not, shady dealings expose the true nature of the relationship, which is essentially collaboration when collaboration serves their individual purposes and then every man for himself when it […]

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20
Jan

In my most recent post, I got a little hot under the collar about managers who talk about accountability, but fail to do the uncomfortable things to create and reinforce it. I’ve settled down and am ready to be a little more constructive. Today’s post is a step-by-step on how to create accountability. What is […]

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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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31
Mar

  I wanted to be the first to tell you that I am quitting my job in team effectiveness. I’m going back to keynote speaking, strategy facilitation, leadership development…I’m not sure yet, but anything other than working with teams. Here’s why. I can’t possibly listen to another person end a really productive day with “I […]

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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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11
Feb

  I sat in my boss’ office (in a past life) for the fourth consecutive monthly one-on-one where we didn’t talk about me, but instead talked exclusively about the poor performer on the team. To say I was getting bitter would be an understatement. I was young and inexperienced, but consensus was that I had […]

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20
Nov

This week I am sharing some of the insights and inspirations from my interview with Olympic Gold Medal winners Mark Tewksbury and Debbie Muir.  Debbie, Mark, and I will be among the speakers at the upcoming XL Leadership Summit this February in Vancouver.  We decided to get a head start and strike up the conversation […]

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