MARK'S ARTICLES AND INSIGHTSto help you build a functional, collaborative, aligned team
We all have natural working geniuses but when we use them at the wrong time, we create unnecessary turbulence on the team. Especially when we are the leader. Here’s how to fix it.
Earlier this year, I was encouraged to ask two questions at the end of every meeting that I facilitated. Here’s what they are and how to use them.
Most of the teams I work with fall into the same trap. There is so much work to do, so many urgent priorities, that teams either become paralyzed or try to pursue multiple priorities simultaneously. Here is how to fix it.
If your weekly team meetings are spent just giving status to each other, stop meeting. There’s no point. Or do this.
If you want to build a functional, collaborative, aligned team, most leaders I work with find that they need to refresh their meetings. Here’s my #1 tip.
Recently, I received an email from my alma mater, with the following excerpt from its new president that got me thinking about what’s missing with many of the clients I serve.
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