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Why Developing People Should Matter to You
Recently I was listening to Dr. Amy Edmondson talking about the importance of psychological safety in the workplace. If you haven’t heard of Dr. Edmondson, you are missing out. She has done a considerable amount of research as to why
Getting the Most When Seeking Organizational Alignment
I am not always up on the latest trends. Ripped jeans still look like worn out jeans to me. Recently, my teenage kids let me know that jeans, ripped or not ripped, are out. Now it’s about athletic pants and
The Top Three Workplace Conflict Complaints
One of my secret indulgences is that I really like the Shrek movies and their notable characters. The crusty, prickly, but kind-hearted Ogre must “endure” the illogical Donkey, the swarthy Puss-n-Boots, and the sometimes-misunderstood Fiona. Throughout their merry adventures, various
Developing Transformational Teams in a COVID World
Years ago a good friend of mine introduced me to a simplified breakdown for understanding temperament--True Colors. Immediately I was amazed and also intrigued with the ramifications of using this assessment. Over the years, after using the assessment and being
3 Ways to Grow Your Business Today!
If organizations start with three simple initiatives, they will quickly see the payoff through staff connectivity, regained focus on what truly will bring the greatest returns, correction toward superior alignment, and improved client relations. Here are three proven means for
Three Core Observations Revealed by COVID-19
It’s an uncommon moment in history. Recently, the Big Ten decided not to play football this fall. Kids are going back to school to reduced class sizes or rotating between on-line and classroom learning. There is tremendous pressure socially to