A worthwhile and productive activity for your company retreat is a culture audit. The culture audit asks each team member, including the team leader, to respond to a series of confidential questions. The collective data provides a snapshot of what’s working well within the organization, and where the team gets “stuck.”
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Re-balancing team talent never ends. And once you have the right people in the right spot, paddling in motion with everyone else on the team, things begin to happen. A great example of directing your team is in setting clear goals: Measurable and specific goals for which everyone feels ownership.
Time and time again I’ve seen great leaders expend countless hours stressing about keeping an unproductive team member on board just because the person is “so nice.”
I have a client in Alaska who runs a great business. She has been in business for almost twenty years and has a team she truly loves. They work together, they socialize together, they laugh together, and they see to enjoy each other’s company. During an off-site study group meeting, where I was a speaker,this […]
The past 10 years have been an interesting journey for me as I have searched high and low for the magic ingredient, the “special sauce”, if you will, that makes a High Performing Team. And during a conversation last month with the Principal of a very successful Engineering firm based in Santa Rosa, CA, I […]
If you are ready to step into your greatness and call your people forward in a new way, take the leap and embrace the Wisdom of Kolbe. People ask me all the time why I use the Kolbe Concepts in my Team Building and Leadership Development Coaching.