Situational Leadership – How Do You Teach Determination?

Situational Leadership, Teaching Employees to Take Responsibility vs. Making Employees Take Responsibility We had an interesting situational leadership question last week about how to teach self-determination to employees wanting to advance. Sitting down with one employer the questions asked were aimed more at “how do I teach/make this employee take responsibility?” This is not a... Continue Reading →

Team Building Red Flags – You Probably Need Conflict Resolution

Get to the bottom of the conflict. We were recently involved in a team-building project, not conflict resolution, stemming from long standing disagreement(s) between two managers. Over time criticisms that enlisted the support of departments and businesses outside the organization had escalated. Within the past 12 months, issues that began as small, bloomed into direct... Continue Reading →

Office Culture: What’s the Temperature of Your Office?

What a sick office culture looks like. The bad news: if your office displays 2 of the following 5 team maladies, you have a sick office culture: Interoffice sabotage (usually driven by gossip)Excessive non-medical absenteeismLimited dialogue, lack of free expressionHigh turnover – all staff positionsNo passion. Lack of direction. It’s for the paycheck, not the... Continue Reading →

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