On a particular busy day recently I was reminded of a quote by James Redfield. “Where Attention goes Energy flows; Where Intention goes Energy flows!” Things were so busy on many different vectors, I had
Take care to notice the counterproductive behaviors that harm your team’s collaboration, engagement and productivity. Let’s examine a few characters that hide in many teams. If you allow them to operate without constraints, your culture will suffer.
This exercise provides a quick and effective way to guide teams to identify problems and gaps in your existing process. Bring your project team together for this activity.
When team members don’t trust each other, we tend to see a variety of dysfunctional conduct. Trust is of vital importance for leaders. Equally critical is the trust between colleagues. Following is a short list of signs
To foster highly effective teams, we must focus on holistic improvements and build an open and collaborative culture. To begin this effort, we suggest reflecting on aspects of your culture that commonly trouble projects and teams.
Everyone is on a quest for improving team effectiveness. Here are our favorite tips which you can start today! Start your day with your most important tasks, without letting your day be managed by meetings and
If you find yourself constantly playing catch up and feel out of control, you may be letting stress manage you.