This is the eighth in a series of Ten Keys to High Performing Teams. This article looks at the role that conflict resolution plays in workplace performance. Conflict, like change, is inevitable. But it does not have to be destructive.
This is the second in a series of posts exploring 10 keys to getting high performing teams. This one looks at the second key: getting crystal clarity on responsibilities and what is expected. I’m a keen amateur photographer and I
Join me on 27th August at 9am for a Candid Conversation webinar with Ian Berry on Google Hangouts. We’ll be talking about the relationship between community, good relationships and high performance. You can find more details here. While you are
Discovering the Other goes hand in hand with Discovering Yourself. You cannot have one without the other. On the one hand, you cannot discover your own identity except, as J Krishnamurti puts it, ‘through the mirror of relationships’. All of
In times of rapid change, or when the climate becomes harsher, species have to work hard to survive. Many don’t. We are currently experiencing the highest levels of species loss since the extinction of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
From my friend and colleague, Ian Berry, a free ebook to help you expect more from 2013. Follow the link. http://blog.ianberry.au.com/2012/12/expect-more-from-2013-complimentary.html Ian is creator of the Enhancing Their Gifts System™. A wise and experienced business leader, he is always good value.
People who love to win arguments love the “straw man” argument technique (also known in the UK as an “Aunt Sally”). This is how it works: Instead of arguing with your opponent’s position head on, you construct a false version
Trust is increased when we know who we are dealing with. Telling stories of defining moments can be an effective part of a performance leadership strategy. I was told by someone recently (in person) that she didn’t like to accept
Last weekend I spent some time writing to all the companies who advertise on Alan Jones’ 2GB Radio show. For non-Aussies, I should explain that Alan Jones is a Sydney based ‘shock jock’. A right-wing radio talk-show host. He doesn’t
This is the seventh, and last (for now) in a series of articles on frameworks for understanding and managing diversity. Part 1 looked at different developmental stages. Part 2 looked at the huge issue of cultural diversity. Part 3 looked at the sensitive question of religious