Where The Great Teams Are

“Yes! Fourth star. Back to back. Congrats to the record breakers on the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT), an incredible team that’s always pushing themselves—and the ...

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The Survey: Tool or Torture?

“Once upon a time, surveys were a staple for every leader to solicit feedback and every company to assess engagement.  But now, surveys are starting to look like diesel ...

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Mutual Accountability Leads to a Culture of Excellence

The development of strong mutual accountability is one of the most significant stages of the cultural development of an organization. Dave Logan, John King, and Halee ...

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The Backbrief: A Tool For Better Listening

Listening can feel harder to do than ever. There’s always going to be outside distractions. Emails, texts, meetings, presentations, it can seem to go on and on. It ...

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The Decision Tree

There’s a reason why “micromanage” is often considered a dirty word. The idea that a single leader can handle every aspect of a task, down to the ...

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Effective Coaching: Two-Minute Leadership video blog

Coaching can be defined as instructing or training another person or group of people. All leaders have a responsibility to coach their team. How do you do so in a way ...

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