Posts Tagged ‘ Team Orientation Process ’

Leadership Skills: How to Have a Breakthrough, Not a Breakdown
Teamwork is not necessarily about being polite, agreeing, or avoiding conflict. Nor does it ensure that everyone will march in lock-step. Quite the contrary! Teamwork is about bringing people's diverse views together and holding them together under time and performance pressure in order to create a breakthrough result that lifts everybody to a new level. (more…)

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Posted on 12/12/2012 07:42 am | 2 Comments
Leadership Skills: How to Go Fast in Teams by Starting Slow
A while ago, I had the honor of supporting several work groups engaged in mission-critical, exciting projects. In each case, as part of preparing for these encounters, people inside the organizations told me something like this: "The people in this group have huge performance pressures and will want to get right into the issues. They won't have much energy for...

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Posted on 11/06/2012 06:55 am | 3 Comments
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