From the Wall Street Journal, March 22, 2020 By Chip
Making time to connect, check in, and have genuine person-to-person conversations will pay off in ways we might not imagine — and this applies at home, as well as work.
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We offer a one-day Align and Commit Workshop to jump-start culture change efforts by getting everyone engaged in making a few small but high-leverage changes in daily behavior. You can do this yourself by engaging your team in the right conversations. Here are seventeen conversation-worthy questions to help you get started.