Posts Tagged ‘ Knowledge Team Leadership ’

Rally Software CEO Tim Miller Endorses Christopher Avery’s Knowledge Team Leadership Workshop

Rally Software CEO Tim Miller Endorses Christopher Avery’s Knowledge Team Leadership Workshop

Posted on 10/04/2010 12:44 am | No Comments
 
Successful Teamwork Results From Clear and Elevating Goals – Part 1
It's the million-dollar question... How do you get a team to develop a clear and elevating goal? By the way, by "clear" I  mean no measurements are needed to know that the goal is reached, and by "elevating" I mean the goal is bold and inspiring. The truth is, no one knows for sure how to get any team to...

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Posted on 09/02/2010 03:07 pm | 2 Comments
 
Natural Rewards
I'm an avid road-bike rider, but I don't deal with the heat as well as I did 20 years ago. This time of year, when the sun's rays are intense by 8:30 AM here in Texas, I ride at first light if I'm going to ride at all. If I'm open to them, the unexpected rewards on these early rides...

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Posted on 08/24/2010 09:43 am | No Comments
 
Leading Knowledge Teams to be Agile
Leading Knowledge Teams to be Agile With the advent of lean thinking and agile methods, the old command-and-control structures are giving way to self-directed teams. Uncovering what makes these teams function effectively and what enhances or inhibits  collaboration are questions of growing importance. Teamwork does not depend on group-bonding or a facilitator's magic art. Teamwork is actually based on individual skills...

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Posted on 05/29/2010 09:51 am | No Comments
 
Knowledge Team Leadership Rated 9.44/10 90-days After
January 2009 Evaluation of October 2008 Knowledge Team Leadership Intensive 90 days AFTER returning to their teams following the October 2008 intensive, I asked participants "How likely is it for you to recommend a friend or colleague to Knowledge Team Leadership?" On a scale of 1 to 10 participants rated it 9.44. "What would you tell them?" They said: -...

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Posted on 02/09/2009 11:25 am | No Comments
 
Team Leadership Event for Alamo PMI
Congratulations Alamo PMI on your growth and success Yesterday afternoon I drove into San Antonio to check out the venue for the March 4-5, 2009 Knowledge Team Leadership intensive and then to the Alamo PMI (Project Management Institute) chapter meeting as the evening's guest presenter. It was a packed house with 209 chapter members in attendance. Chapter President Peter Hottenstein...

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Posted on 01/29/2009 12:03 pm | No Comments
 
Almost Sold Out for Alamo PMI talk next week
I just heard that reservations for my after-dinner talk at Alamo PMI in San Antonio Wednesday, January 28 are going fast--"filled up faster than we've seen in a long time" according to my host. That's encouraging news for Alamo PMI, for me (I hate it when people don't show up), and for the economy. I'll be talking about How to...

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Posted on 01/21/2009 05:49 pm | No Comments
 
Team Building – How to Bring Down Any Team in 4 Easy Steps Without Even Trying
Team Building Shmeme-building... The good folks at Agile University yesterday published my team building commentary titled: How to Frustrate, Thwart, and Ultimately Bring Down Any Team in 4 Easy Steps Without Even Trying.  How to Frustrate, Thwart, and Ultimately Bring Down Any Team in 4 Easy Steps Without Even Trying By Christopher Avery Everyone says they want to be on...

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Posted on 09/05/2008 08:54 am | 2 Comments
 
Team Leadership Communication Skills for Team Building – Show Notes
I just finished my Blog Talk Radio show Lead Team Succeed. Today’s segment was Team Leadership Communications Skills for Team Building. You are probably listening to it now if you have your sound on. In this hour-long show I shared some of the most important truths I’ve learned in 17 years of studying and teaching team leadership communication skills for...

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Posted on 08/22/2008 02:14 pm | 1 Comment
 
Keynoting APLN Atlanta Leadership Summit, September 26
Let's get together in Atlanta, Georgia September 25th and 26th, 2008 for the Agile Project Leadership Network (APLN) Atlanta Leadership Summit. This is one of several regional leadership summits APLN hosts each year around the country to great success. I'm honored to be giving the closing keynote on personal agility and Responsibility Redefined™. At APLN Atlanta Leadership Summit you'll also...

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Posted on 07/24/2008 04:17 pm | No Comments
 
 
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