36 Questions that Will Turn Strangers into Friends
A powerful empathy exercise for team building. 36 questions that can turn strangers into friends and partners.
How to Solve Conflict Productively at Work
The best way to solve conflict at work is not avoiding it. Address it head on. Conflict is fuel for growth. How to create a culture that embraces tensions. Applying radical candor, diversity of thinking and a culture of respect.
Collective Leadership Is the Best Way to Win
Leading is not a solo sport. For decades, we overemphasized the role of the individual–the leader.
Today’s complexity requires integrating multiple perspectives, skills, and discipline. A single person cannot have all the answers.
Why Collective Leadership is the best way to lead.
How to Unlock the Hidden Power of Team Culture
Don’t underestimate the power of team culture. It’s not that the overall culture doesn’t matter but the sense of belonging to a team is more important. It’s actually the number one factor to increase engagement.
The Ultimate Guide to Successful Meetings
Are meetings a necessary evil? Can you really make meetings more effective and regain control of your calendar? Well-designed meetings can be effective and productive. This guide will walk you through the ingredients you need to and how to design, plan, and have productive meetings.
The Johari Window Team Building Activity
The Johari Window tool is ideal for increasing self-awareness and team awareness. By comparing personal and team feedback we uncover our blind spots. This activity promotes self discovery and personal development.
Google Research Reveals 7 Secrets of Successful Remote Teams
Google surveyed 5000 employees working in remote teams. Here’s what makes successful remote teams perform better and increase engagement. Actionable tips to increase collaboration among remote teams.
Stop Worrying about Your Goals, Focus on Progress Instead
The workplace is not as bad as most people think. Disengagement is caused by a lack of appreciation. People can’t acknowledge progress. How to celebrate progress to move teams forward.