Category Archives: teams

Four Questions Every Team Must Address

There are four key questions a team must address and continually review, iteratively and in sequence, to improve the ability to work together effectively, to be more innovative, and to improve performance. These questions expose key problems and point toward … Continue reading

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Improve Results by Gaining Clarity

What one thing should our team do to produce a measurable impact on our business? Renew your focus before you change your actions. Most teams fall short of potential to produce desired results until everyone is “on the same page”. … Continue reading

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Where New Possibilities are Born

The struggle is the point.That’s where new possibilities are born. I see it all the time – individuals, teams and organizations trying to make decisions with as little struggle as possible. They look for “low-hanging fruit”, which can be a great … Continue reading

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Leadership Objectives

I enjoy inviting people to be guest writers on my blog. I may be attracted to something they are have already written, or something they say, a story they tell, and more often than not, I enjoy who they are … Continue reading

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