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5 Ways to Reinvigorate Your Team

A team becomes demoralized when courage, confidence, or hope erodes.  This can happen for many reasons including a significant loss, a failure, an overly optimistic goal

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Dysfunctional Teams

Have you ever been part of a dysfunctional team? What did that feel like? Dysfunction can happen within any group of people and impacts productivity and

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Storming, Norming and Performing

Storming, norming and performing follow the forming stage of team development. They are the stages a team moves through to reach high performance. Storming – conflict

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Successful Teams: Forming

Are you familiar with Tuckman’s classic theory of group development?  In 1965, psychologist Bruce Tuckman defined “forming, storming, norming and performing” as the stages a group

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FAST is the New SMART

Is your annual goal setting spectacularly successful? Do SMART goals work for you and your team? Or is it possible that your SMART goals actually lessen

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The Power of Questions

Questions are powerful because they create change. Giving people facts and information is helpful, but questions create transformation, inspire innovation and result in true change. Questions

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Pulling the Horizon Closer

One of the challenges of leadership is that from your vantage point you are always looking out to the horizon. We had several coaching conversations with

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Leadership Tricks

Last night we tried to sit outside for dinner in LA, and the smoke in the air was so uncomfortable that we had to move inside.

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Align Your Leadership Voice

We launched 2017 by participating in the Corporate Athlete Program at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute. Our instructor is an Olympic medalist and …

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