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Four Suggestions for Coaching Your Team

Today's best business leaders know full well that the key to good leadership is to prioritize getting everyone around them better. The ability to coach getting better is critical for ultimate success. So just how does a leader make those around them better?  Read More

Coaching Your Team Towards Greatness

Using A Few Simple Steps

Coaching Your Team Towards Greatness

Using A Few Simple Steps

Towards Greatness

Using A Few Simple Steps

aching Your Team Towards Greatness

Using A Few Simple Steps

Coaching Your Team Towards Greatness

Using A Few Simple Steps


Coaching Your Team Towards Greatness

Using a Few Simple Steps

Team building ought not be thought of as a singular experience but as a daily process. Here are eight things you can do daily to build a great team.  Read More

Your Team - Do You Trust Them? Do They Trust You?

Trust is fundamental to creating a high performance work group and a full functioning team. How can we build trust effectively and realize its benefits as a group? Read More

What Shall We Do in These Most Uncertain of Uncertain Times?

If we choose to do nothing, won't we likely end up getting exactly that - NOTHING!?! On the other hand, these perilous times call for something pretty dramatic - let's call it CHANGE! Now is the time - now more than ever - for all good souls - now is the time for CHANGE! Read More

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Does Your Team Take Its Own Temperature?

Six Ways Teams Can Assess Its Performance

What is meant by taking a team's temperature? It's a single focus meeting where the team confines its discussion to assessing how it is performing as a team - and nothing else. Leave the strategizing, planning and all other day to day items off the agenda. This is a single purpose opportunity, the "sharpening of the saw" piece that effective teams use to gauge their efficacy as a team. Read More

Standing Up for Speedier Meetings

We've all been there, held hostage by dreadful and interminable meetings. It's the intolerable waste of our time; the energy zapping, non-agenda meeting with its long-winded pontificators, the non-participating zombies, the sidebar chit-chatterers, the smart phone addicted tweeters and obsessive email checkers. Add that all up and you get a meeting that doesn't yield much by way of progress. Read More

Ask! - Don't Tell!   

Becoming a Better Listener and a Master Asker

Good listening is a key to good leadership. And good listening requires asking questions before telling your crew what to do. An acquired talent, here are 6 steps to improve listening at the workplace. Read More