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Posts Tagged ‘team dynamics

06
Dec

I have settled into a tradition of making a November advent calendar, of sorts. I call it NO-vember. For each of the month’s 30 days, I take to LinkedIn with a video about something you can say “no” to if you want to be happier, healthier, and more productive. Here’s the round-up with links to the videos and a short blurb to give you the highlights of each idea if you prefer to read. I cover both what to say “no” to and what that allows you to say “yes” to. Could you do me a favor? Let me know if you like video content like this and tell me what else I could provide that would be valuable for you?

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01
Jun

A change in team leadership can be highly disruptive. I’m on post three of a three-part series on succession and its impact on teams. I started with what to do (and not do) if you’ve decided to vie for your boss’ job. Next, I spoke about the impact of the succession race on the non-contenders. […]

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22
Nov

  I’m troubled by a pattern that is emerging in the data I collect about executive teams. The perspectives of the individual team members are alarmingly skewed. Of the four possible profiles on the tool I use, two account for at least 80% of executives with the other two profiles about as common as the Hawaiian […]

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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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10
Dec

  I am frequently asked how I would define a vital team? That’s not as random as it sounds—the Knightsbridge team effectiveness process is called Vital Teams™, so people want a vision of what their team will look like once we’ve taken them through the process. It’s a great question and not one I’ve given […]

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04
Jun

Many team leaders are inadvertently intimidating their team members. This is the conclusion of fascinating new research into the effects of power in teams. The research, conducted by Tost, Gino, and Larrick, (Academy of Management Journal) shows your expressions of your own power and the reactions of your team members to your dominance can affect […]

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23
Feb

Strong and overpowering leaders threaten the ability of their teams to solve problems.  This is the conclusion of fascinating new research into the effects of power in teams. The research, conducted by Tost, Gino, and Larrick, (Academy of Management Journal) examined the impact of leaders’ perceptions of power on the dynamics of their teams and […]

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19
Feb

One of the most valuable parts of the Knightsbridge Vital Teams™ process is helping 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 second in a monthly series where I’ll help you look in the […]

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22
Jan

I’m really excited to bring you a guest post from my friend Andrew Webster.  Andrew is the Director of Change and Innovation Simulations at ExperiencePoint, a really innovative learning company that condenses real-world experience into one-day simulations. They work with most of the world’s top executive education providers (including Knightsbridge), and a good chunk of […]

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