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Your clients trust you to help them fix problems, engage their teams, and get better results. But do they trust their teams? Do their teams trust them?
By arming yourself with research about how our brains function, you can work to mitigate threat responses, and pave the way for successful behavior change.
As culture change agents, unless we can help organizational leaders think and act more laterally, we’re guaranteed to miss the mark at delivering changes.
We love hearing from users who are improving team dynamics through better conversations.
We reached out to the consultants in our LinkedIn Community for their expert advice to individuals taking on leadership roles for the first time, and compiled the results in this Infographic.
Making clear requests and promises, and following through on the commitments I make has not only been personally fulfilling, it’s been a sound business investment.
For leaders, honesty, hard questions, and having to look in the mirror and face the truth about shortcomings can feel uncomfortably personal, or even a bit hostile.
Are your clients struggling to create a great organizational culture? We have created an infographic of 8 types of conversations to help your clients build stronger levels of employee engagement.
In your consultant practice, when your clients are lamenting ineffective team dynamics, coach them to look out for the disruptive forces on their teams.
In this fast-paced world, collaboration, or more specifically, establishing successful commercial relationships, is a becoming a necessity. We need to be agile, well-informed, and not simply stuck in the bubble of our day-to-day activities.
Just as teams look to their leaders, clients will look to you. Set the bar high for creating learning cultures, and I have no doubt the results will follow.
As I learned through my study of martial arts, there are no shortcuts to mastery. Progress is earned through the repeated application of ideas.
Life often gets busy. I have found that the best way to manage my schedule and avoid last minute cancellations is to give commitments an absolute yes.