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Posts Tagged ‘Teammates

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Apr

Over breakfast this morning, Craig shared a story of a really annoying teammate behavior. I agreed wholeheartedly, “phew, that IS annoying!” and then pitched in with another super-duper annoying thing people do. The second begat a third, and the third a fourth, and that’s how my morning cup of tea turned into a rant about […]

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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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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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15
Oct

After several audience members at my recent speeches have asked about the role of trust on their teams, I decided to dedicate a few posts to the topic. You can read previous posts in the trust series: your trust mindset and increasing your teammates’ trust in you before diving in here.  In this post, I […]

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21
May

I am a child of the seventies. I was raised on Wonder Bread, Wonder Woman, and the Wonder Twins (It was wonder-full). And although Wonder Woman, with her invisible jet and the lasso of truth (not to mention the bodacious eagle bustier) was a pretty alluring hero, I was always partial to the Wonder Twins. […]

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04
May

Do you have a relationship where damaged trust is interfering with your ability to get things done? It can be difficult to repair trust, but there are a couple of things you can do to build back your confidence in one another. I’ll share one today and one in my next post. If you have […]

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24
Nov

So you’ve been invited to provide feedback to a colleague as part of a 360 feedback process. How honest should you be? Can’t I just soft pedal it, Liane? Can’t I hint at things that are really annoying me and let them read between the lines? Can’t I just hope that the boss is going […]

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17
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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21
Aug

My first dysfunctional team was a challenging, painful, character building (as my mom would call it) experience. It taught me many things (the hard way). It taught me about the importance of all being on the same page as a team. It taught me about how critical it is to have a trusting relationship with […]

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12
Aug

I get the sense that some people are tired of the hard work and self-awareness required to actually build positive relationships with their teammates.  I say let’s pack in the Kumbaya crap and get on with it. Here’s why you don’t need to bother liking one another. If you don’t like your teammates, you won’t […]

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