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The 5W1H of Collaboration: Who, What, Why, When, Where, and How

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I get requests all the time from other consultants who want to “collaborate” with me. In many cases this request comes from new consultants who are just starting out and wish to connect with someone who has been around longer (and presumably has lots of clients.)

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Engagement is Free

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Are you struggling with employee engagement? Most employees want to be fully engaged in their work. In that respect, they don’t differ from you or me. They want to be aligned with their organizations strategic goals and priorities. They want to feel that they are a part of something bigger than themselves.

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The Three Secrets of Engagement

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Do you know what causes engagement in your team? The type of engagement I am talking about is innate, in other words driven by an internal desire, and universal, that is it applies across all peoples and cultures.

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Leadership Styles: Bill Gates’ Big Idea

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One of the Five Key Facets of High Performance Leadership is FOCUS. When I...

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The New Accountability

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This article discusses accountability in organizations and how managers can shed the command and control aspects of the old style of accountability in favor of a more humane way of managing, which the author calls ‘the new accountability’.

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Solutions for a Dysfunctional Team

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Work teams are wonderful creations…when they work. But when they don’t, it can feel like hell on earth. If your team is struggling, it’s probably because of inattention paid by you to one or more of these elements in The Team Functioning Trilogy:

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The Five Key Facets of High Performance Leadership

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What makes a good or even a great leader?
Many people in leadership positions struggle with understanding what makes a good or even great leader. While billions of dollars are spent annually on leadership development, quality leadership is still in short supply.

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