Monthly Archives: June 2016

  • Team Success
Over the past three months, I’ve introduced you to the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. method of Leading Teams that Get Results. This week, I’m sharing an excerpt from my eBook that summarizes all the steps you need to lead high-performing teams. Because I want...
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  • team environment
As we’ve made our way through five blog posts based on my eBook Leading Teams that Get Results, I’ve endeavored to illustrate how each step brings us toward more successful teamwork; for example, spending time getting to know your team...
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  • Virtual team
Being a team leader means knowing the nuances of the teams you’ll lead. Here’s a primer. (An excerpt from Leading Teams that Get Results) Virtual and Global Teams: What’s the Difference? Virtual teams or geographically dispersed teams share commonalities with...
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  • Develop processes so your team is prepared for anything
If curiosity really did kill the cat I’m in trouble. I’ve never grown out of the toddler mindset of questioning everything, and so I continue to gain valuable insights and knowledge that I wouldn’t have gotten from not being curious....
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  • Stuffed bear at computer
I’m taking a brief hiatus from posts about team cohesion this week because: My kid just applied for and got his first job. I’ve been immersed in my friend and colleague Michael Thomas Sunnarborg‘s MeetUp for professionals in career transition. The...
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