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Posts Tagged ‘relationships

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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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09
Nov

This weekend, I facilitated a workshop about change and transformation with a large group of leaders. Once we finished talking about the perilous task of transforming an organization, we started talking about the importance of leaders investing in their own resilience. I said something that caused a light bulb to go on for many of […]

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21
Sep

Great communication creates a strong connection between you and your audience. Unfortunately, if you’re self-conscious, ill prepared, or wedded to business school formality, you’re probably creating unnecessary distance that’s diluting the impact of your messages. It’s time to assess your own interactions and identify ways to make them resonate more strongly. How You Increase Distance […]

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03
Jan

I’m in the middle of a short series explaining why my new firm is called 3COze (rhymes with “she goes”). It all starts with our mission statement: “we will radically transform the way people communicate, connect, and contribute so they can achieve amazing things together.” So it seemed apt to have the first three posts […]

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01
Nov

  I had coffee recently with an amazing woman whom I met somewhat serendipitously a couple of months ago. After meeting her only once, I knew I wanted to stay in touch. She was magnetic: intelligent, insightful, energizing, and articulate. So I was shocked when our conversation turned to how she sometimes struggles to connect with […]

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03
Jun

  You can’t afford to carry around regret, shame, or guilt, it’s debilitating.  If you’ve done something that you regret, learn what you can from it and move on.  The lesson you learned was costly, so go find a way to make it worth the investment. That’s what I told a person I met recently.  […]

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01
Mar

I’ve been writing this blog for quite a while. I’ve shared the things I see as an executive team advisor, and I’ve exposed (and tried to be authentic about) the issues that I personally struggle with as a team member.  But there’s one topic I haven’t touched with a 10 foot pole–crying. Crying is not […]

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04
Feb

  In my previous post, I shared a big mistake that team leaders make by undervaluing recognition as a form of reward. You can read it here.  That got me thinking that in 20 years of consulting there are a few mistakes I’ve seen team leaders make way too often. Today, another one: treating people […]

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07
Jan

The fall of 2014 was the most action-packed, rewarding, and successful three months of my career. Bar none. More speeches to enthusiastic audiences; more team sessions with appreciative leaders, more interactions with readers and ChangeYourTeam community members. I am loving my work. So why, by the end of December, was I exhausted, frazzled, head down, […]

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