Like veteran skiers, successful leaders know that no two meetings – or ski runs – present the same challenges. That’s why they adapt their leadership based upon the needs and difficulties of the meeting (Green, Blue, Black Diamond or Double Black Diamond) they’re in.
Have you ever found yourself in a meeting with your team trying to solidify a plan moving forward, but disagreements on how to proceed leave your team paralyzed? The result: You schedule yet another meeting. Next time, ask your team these 3 questions to improve productivity and keep them moving forward.
Will your team succeed in bringing a new product to market? Or change how you do business? You don’t have to wait until the end of the year to know. You can get a good idea right now by asking your team this question…
If you find yourself on a new team, here are three steps you can take to make sure your new team will demonstrate elevated behaviors and produce better outcomes.
It’s a popular idea: Create “rules of engagement,” then expect everyone on the team to act accordingly. But it doesn’t work that way.