How do you ensure that your activities will yield the desired results? I recommend assessing your plan against the following questions to ensure your improvement efforts will create lasting effect.
What goals are there that will create positive change in your organization for next week, next month or next year? Decide on 3 short term and long term goals that you can start implementing today.
We know that greater trust leads to greater engagement, which in turn is directly linked to performance. Therefore when looking to improve an organization and its results, we need to develop the leader-team trust relationship.
To set your project up for success, let the team define their ‘Team Standards’ and come up with a declaration everyone agrees to.
Power imbalance, which ultimately results in dis-empowerment for some, is quite common and has costly impacts on your projects and teams.
Are you avoiding conflict at work in favor of perceived peace? Is your culture supportive of dealing with conflict?
Chances are if your team experiences any dysfunction, they are typically accompanied by a high degree of frustration within the team members.
I am always on a quest for new ways to bring more balance into my life, especially my work day. Here are my favorite practices and ideas how you might apply them to positively impact the outcome for your day.
Is your team busy delivering product updates just ‘to keep up’ and getting bored or disengaged in the process? We have a few ideas to help spark creative juices.
Undiscussables: the real issues that everyone knows not to discuss openly, at least not with certain people and definitely not with anyone, if rocking the boat is not their style.