Category Archives: organization development

Three Approaches to Leader Development

Organizations typically take one of three approaches to management succession and leadership development. Two may be common, but do they work? Continue reading

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Why "Team Building" is So Often Meaningless

This is a re-post deemed timely once again after reading a local article by a consultant using fictional examples to question the value of traditional “team building” courses. “Team Building” may be one of the most meaningless phrases in the … Continue reading

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The Real Potential of Team Building

“Team building” is one of the most meaningless phrases in the English language. That’s right – meaningless. Yet requests for “team building” is the single most frequent request I receive from business executives, managers and team leaders. Almost always, they … Continue reading

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