Have you ever gone to a meeting, where you have a 1/3 of the people who are ready to focus on solutions, a 1/3 of the people that want to talk about the problems and what’s in the way and then a 1/3 of the people who are sitting back thinking “I don’t really want to go anywhere today.” How does anything get done? For a team to succeed they must be able to frame the experience they’re having in a common way.
Consider the possibility that there is something that will enable your team to deliver on their important focus even more effectively.
The sometimes forgotten authority, is the power each of us possesses to respond to our world any way we want. Our thinking and actions are always a choice.
Teams will go through their entire life-cycle without ever talking about the decisions that matter most. As we’ve studied teams that do big things, one thing is clear: They’re making different decisions than average teams.
With the market changing constantly, it requires parallel partnership between departments and teams. By using every interaction to build and develop partnership, teams get even more agile.
To what extend are you able to activate the potential in others? Craig W. Ross shares an overview of what Activators are – and how they develop the need of the business and the leaders within it. Craig shares the five disciplines of an Activator and how they benefit organizations by realizing greater outcomes.
Craig Ross, Verus Global CEO & President answers the question, “Is lack of time an excuse – or – an opportunity to get even better as a leader?” Craig explores the three powerful ways to build and develop talent – and how effective leaders are using these three to deliver effective results.