Friendship on teams happens by making myself an effective team member, one who is dedicated to being a team member as opposed to making myself desirable for membership within the team.
The Leadership Dialogue this morning was exceptional! Your facilitation of the process and the group dynamics were spot on given the diversity of the group. I am so pleased with the results and I wanted to express my gratitude for your attentiveness. The feedback has been wonderful! – Francisco Vasquez – President / CEO – Child & Family Services
Strategic planning workshop. Following the strategic planning meeting there was 4 follow-up meetings to refine the plan and document action steps.
This week I have been thinking about the small things. The daily interactions and conversations, the passing glances and phrases, the conversations and reactions in meetings.
Asking for an example is a quick way to move through confused or ambiguous or defensive talk.
Perhaps it is my journey to understand what makes people do what they do, and why people at work on teams, managing others, taking direction from others, or just being together can be pulled into situations where they act irrationally.
Capitalism, at its most remorseless, is a physical manifestation of psychopathy.
What Questions Should a Manager ask an Employee After a Training?
The Pain in the Neck: consistently argumentative, every slight change and task and work expectation is a HUGE ordeal.
What can we do? What is our responsibility? Well in the words of GI Joe, “knowing is half the battle”. Here are a couple of tips to help guide staff in and out of the profession of camp directing:
The STAR method is a behavioral interviewing method that organizations use to explore predictors of performance.
This STAR method can also be used for processing (de-briefing) a team building and training simulation.