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.
It’s there, a story waiting to be told. You can stay in suspense and have it told to you in 12 months—or create it now with your team. You decide.
This isn’t a pedantic or rhetorical question. Answering it is difficult work and taken seriously by those teams determined to realize their potential.
To close out 2017, here is a collection of the “Top 5” most popular blog posts among leaders and teams from this past year.
Corporations require employees to participate in an individual performance review, but rarely do teams conduct reviews of their collective performance.
Few team leaders take the step of equipping their team members with the ability to think and act in ways necessary to win. Those who do, win.