Monthly Archives: May 2016

  • team standing at railing
Your team, regardless of size, has a culture all its own. Why all the hoopla about culture? Team culture goes beyond how you celebrate a coworker’s birthday; it affects how your team manages time, how they account for responsibilities, and...
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  • Help me man
“Each one of you will fail in the next three months,” I would say to all the college students in my class. Now I say this to my teams. If I’ve dredged up a recurring stress nightmare for you; hang...
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  • team working to set expectations
This month’s theme being creativity, let’s start this blog post with a creative illustration. You’re just into a game of Monopoly (buckle up for a long night), and it’s your turn. Landing on Baltic Avenue, you decide to save your...
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  • Team working over a table
Last week I posed two questions about your professional advisory team: How strong is the professional advisory team for your business? How do you manage your team of experts for the revival and success of your business? I’m using the...
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