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The Transformation of a Team Starts with the Transformation of You post image

I have found in my career that most of the finger pointing on teams is at the leader or other teammates, but rarely is the finger pointing back at the person pointing the finger. Maybe you can relate? A number of years ago I was working with a team as a consultant, where every finger […] Read More

Powerful Story for Teams: Jumping to Conclusions Can Lead To Big Regrets post image

Teams Beware of Jumping to Conclusions—Teamwork Story There is an old Welsh fable told of a dog that belonged to Llywelyn the Great, a Prince of Gwynedd in the 13th century. Prince Llywelyn’s wife had passed away, and his faithful dog was charged with watching the cradle of the Prince’s baby while the Prince was […] Read More

Most Team Building Does Not Work – Team Activities Team Exercises Team Events Trust Falls Ropes Courses

Have you ever been a part of a trust fall team building activity? Or how about a ropes course or obstacle course that you were told would bring your team together and unite you? How about a team bowling activity, rock climbing or even bungee jumping? My guess is that most of you have been […] Read More

Customer Service Tips From Santa Clause

The following post is from Guest Mark Macy. This post is intended for leaders of teams and organizations who sell products and/or services. We all have heard that local businesses are shutting down due to the explosion of online sales. Their explanation is that they just cannot compete. Is it really true? For those of […] Read More

Workplace Gossip Team Gossip Positive Gossip

In my new book “You Are the Team—6 Simple Ways Teammates Can Go from Good to Great,” I talk about the need for teammates to be positive—the Fourth B. Here is a powerful excerpt from that section on refraining from negativity… One of the methods to stopping the spread of negative gossip on teams is […] Read More