Leading a team is never easy, but it’s especially difficult
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.
Here are five conversation-worthy questions to get people talking, thinking and connecting during these uncertain times
The best foremen plan work, anticipate problems and address issues
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.
We know our attitude makes all the difference. But it can be tough to notice our mindset! Here are twelve conversation-worthy questions to get folks talking (and thinking) about the way they think.
Here are twelve questions to get people talking (and thinking) about how we can overcome this “check-the-box” mentality.
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:
Our daily, ‘automatic’ behavior sends a strong message. Here are five leadership habits which will engage people, open lines of communication, and promote the desired mindset.