Brighton Leadership Group

Category: Leading Teams

lazy leadership

5 Lazy Leadership Practices

There are five leadership practices we have observed that reduce motivation and engagement in teams, decrease creativity and innovation and create silos. These are examples of

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How NOT to be an April Fool

A few weeks ago we offered tips for managing yourself in the midst of March Madness 2020, COVID-19 edition. As circumstances continue to change and we

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demoralized

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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lead with purpose

3 Ways to Lead With Purpose

We are celebrating Freedom week in honor of the Rebel Leader Community launch. You are free to lead with purpose is the theme of today’s …

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A curious leader

The Case for Curious Leadership

Nothing new comes from the status quo. There is no new awareness, no problem solving, no value creation, no innovation and no adaptability without asking …

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Leaving the Pack

Defy the Leadership Default

Have you observed the lack of effective leadership in the United States? Rather than uniting us with a positive, powerful purpose, the people in positions …

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YOUR Leadership Manifesto

The world is hungry for heroes, leaders who are not just great, but also good. Create a leadership manifesto to make it clear how you …

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