With the end of the year approaching, this week is great to share some of my favorites of 2013.
Here is the schedule it may change;
- 12/26/13 – Team Building & Leadership Articles
- 12/27/13 – Images Used in Presentations & Workshops
- 12/30/13 – Team Building & Leadership Photos
- 12/31/13 – Team Building & Leadership Activities / Simulations
Meeting Zombies. How to Avoid Your Brain Being Eaten … This is my personal favorite.
Favorite Images Used in Workshops and Presentations 2013
This certainly became a daunting task. With travel, conferences and organization development, team development, consulting and coaching work supplied me with more ideas and inspiration to work with.
While not comprehensive, they are my favorites.
Below each image is a link to some content.
7 Principles of Leadership Development: Managers as Mentors
What makes high performance teams?
7 Principles of Leadership Development: Strategy for Leadership Development
Management and Team Leadership Is Telling People What To Do
If you consistently overload your best people with “important projects” three things might happen
Behavior Precedes Your Story of Work, Teams and Leadership
Thank People for Doing Their Work
6 Powerful Coaching Questions for Teams and Managerial-Leaders. Really for anyone
Mastering Organizational Complexity: Yes you can thrive and flourish in complex work environments
Solution Finding Stimulus. The Expert Knows Question.
4 Questions to Determine Team Building Objectives and Measurements
Thinking Differently. Enabling Innovation
Solution Finding Stimulus. You Can Only Change Your Approach
Behave as-if your solution is happening
Cooperation and Outward Spiraling Success Loops
Results vs. Process. Achieving Goals While Improving the Work
Resistance to Change. Fear of Temporary Incompetence
Long Term Implementation of Quality Teams Within Organizations
Making Work Better. Small Changes in the Right Direction
Finding the Best Talent for the Job
What is Wrong with Performance Appraisals?
The 5 Levers of Employee Engagement
You Can Not Train People to Think Bigger or With More Complexity Than They are Currently Capable
What an amazing year! Looking forward to meeting and working with you in 2014.