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A couple of summers ago, my wife and I went kayaking on the Harpeth River and created a nice demonstration of the value of alignment.
I made a short list of some not so obvious methods that some of the leaders of teams I’ve been working with have successfully used recently to build trust on their teams. Here they are.
I love to play and coach basketball. Back in the 2000’s, I remember wrapping up the last game in our city’s adult recreational basketball league. We had lost, again. The bottom line was that we did not have a foundation of trust and so nothing else mattered.
How can you feel confident in handling the unexpected when presenting to or interacting with senior leaders?
Most organizations are experiencing change. This is nothing new. Most organizations must change – either to adapt to changing conditions, meet a challenge, or because the status quo is not working. This also is nothing new. The problem many leaders struggle with is how to gain commitment to that change? Here are six keys to make that happen…
An organization, department, agency, or team cannot thrive in the midst of change and disruption if the leadership is experiencing unnecessary turbulence due to personality clashes or negative behaviors. Yet the reality is that many leadership teams are experiencing these types of issues. In this post, I share three pieces of advice from two leaders who have been there.
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