Know Your Conflict Style and That of Your Team

In general, we all have a “go to” conflict style when we’re not our best selves.  When we are our best selves we’re grounded, committed to a resolution, and we don’t take things personally.  (more…)

How to Support Someone Who Wants to Leave Your Organization

Traditionally if someone wants to leave your company, s/he doesn’t tell you.  They look for a job, secure one, and then provide two weeks notice.  Leaving you to scramble to find their replacement, and if you’re really lucky, leverage some of their time left training the new person.  Transition becomes a fire drill.  And can often lead to hard feelings.

Refreshing Truth Serum

I was taken aback when a CEO I work with said, “If we’re really honest, the truth is, we’re not going to follow through.  That’s really the truth here.  And to say we’re going to pick the ball back up and run with it would be to delay the truth and create false hope.”

End “I don’t have enough time.”

Many organizations struggle with deadlines, follow through, accountability and overwhelm.  And often I’ve found at the heart of these challenges a common shared language…

Our #1 Culture Tip for This Week…

Our number one Culture Tip recommendation this week is to sign up your people for our Character & Competency Leadership Development and/or Management Training programs.