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Monthly Archives: June 2015
Can you recall a time when you believe you were treated unfairly? Maybe someone else was selected over you or received recognition for your work? How did that feel and what did it do for your motivation? Continue reading
Can the words we choose when seeking information from people affect the way they answer? Yes. Can the words we use actually change what we think we saw? Yes. Continue reading
Be attuned to when your team members are opening the door for help. Continue reading
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We know that environment has a large impact on people’s behavior, yet as leaders, we are often too quick to blame a behavior on the person rather than the culture we’ve created. This is easier, because while they are responsible for their behavior, we are responsible for the culture. Continue reading
We see what we value.
It is important to create an environment where teams feel free to say what they see because we all see different things. Of course this is true when we have distributed teams, but it turns out even when we look at the same scene, we see different things.