Improving the decision-making process comes as a result of evolving ideas around collaboration and by connecting people and empowering them to work together. Cisco IBSG calls this “Decision-Driven Collaboration” and outlines three core elements that build upon one another in the decision process:
When you’re constantly fighting fires, endlessly bombarded with emails, and double-booked in meetings for 60 or 70 hours a week, it’s hard to get ahead and easy to lose perspective on what really matters.
Are you a great leader or an "at risk" failing leader? How do you know? What would your staffers say? What would your own supervisor say? "While there is a seemingly endless list of things to consider when asking yourself 'how am I doing?
What Does It Take to Change the World?Huffington PostThe Dalai Lama has been quoted as saying that the "Western woman will change the world" and I believe there is some truth to that although I don't think we can do it alone and I definitely...
Conflict is a huge and fascinating topic and the Assumption Iceberg is a simple but powerful concept that you may find useful for both yourself and your clients. It comes from “The Joy Of Conflict Resolution: Transforming Victims, Villains And Heroes In The Workplace And At Home” by Gary Harper.
So, have you heard the old saying, “We judge ourselves by our intentions – and others by their actions”? It’s one of the best conflict tips there is – let’s explore.
Schools are now playing catch-up in the world of teaming, but just putting teachers into teams doesn’t always yield the hoped-for outcomes. While most teams are able to accomplish low-level tasks such as organizing field trips and planning bulletin board displays, they often fail to accomplish the higher-level goal of improving teaching and learning.
We have some ideas about why this is so. In over 15 years of studying teacher teams, we’ve identified major barriers to effective teaming, as well as five conditions for effective teams.
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