Blog Posts Tagged: Teams
In an effort to facilitate employee communications especially in meetings, one effective practice is to build ground rules that eliminate the 'Yes, but' syndrome and add the 'Yes, and' approach. What is the difference?
Setting SMART goals, communicating them, and setting up routine check-ins can have a dramatic impact on our ability to achieve the goals we set out to accomplish. Here are three best practices for setting goals that stick.
This discussion of the book 'The Introverted Leader' explains how it raises awareness of the core strengths of the introverted leader and provides valuable tools for helping them manage their introversion.
Six simple steps you can take to move the culture of your team in an innovation-ready direction and having greater success at work.
Teamwork continues to be one of the hottest topics today with many organizations spending millions of dollars to improve team productivity. And yet teams continue to be plagued by conflict that takes a toll on people and productivity. How can we turn these team weaknesses around to more productive ways of working together? Let’s look at how the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) can be used as part of a highly effective strategy for getting teams back on track.
We can’t expect new teams to perform well right away. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) tool can help new teams build momentum faster and accelerate a their ability to produce results.
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