Last week a client said, “Our biggest safety challenge is our
Clients often contact us for help with “assessments”. We love to
I want you to read this book and walk away knowing who you want to be, and feel equipped to become that person. I want you to divide and conquer the ultimate battle between your ears and win the head game.
If you’re out to create a breakthrough, start by thinking about mindset – and start with your own before setting out to change anyone else’s. Three elements are vital to a “breakthrough mindset”:
I spend urge clients to examine their mindset before setting out to create breakthroughs in their organization. But how, exactly does someone change their mind? Here are seven steps.
Here are twelve questions to get people talking (and thinking) about how we can overcome this “check-the-box” mentality.
How often are your folks going-through the motions, pencil-whipping forms, deciding which rules to follow and chasing a silver-bullet system improvement?
As a leader, it’s up to you to put an end to “checking-the-box” and counter the destructive message these tasks send.
Developing trust, respect and confidence takes time – but we can accelerate the process through conversation. Here are twenty-one conversation-worthy questions arranged from “easy” to “edgy”.
Don’t wait for your next “team-building event” to build relationships within your organization – use the first ten or fifteen minutes of your next meeting to break the ice and get people talking to each other. Here’s how: