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Reflections of a team facilitator | Elisabeth Goodman's Blog

Reflections of a team facilitator | Elisabeth Goodman's Blog | Leading teams | Scoop.it
... of RiverRhee Consulting's work for enhancing team effectiveness.
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The Best Interview Question of All Time to Assess Team Skills

The Best Interview Question of All Time to Assess Team Skills | Leading teams | Scoop.it
I learned long ago that I could never overcome a flawed emotional decision by a hiring manager without lots of facts. Here’s the short version of the questioning process I developed that
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CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH PERFORMING TEAM MEETINGS

Having studied the interaction and behaviours of some of the world's best leadership teams over 20 years, the Oxford Leadership Academy, has identified the defining norms of high performing top management team meetings.
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Want To Collaborate Better? Work In A Circle

Want To Collaborate Better? Work In A Circle | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Your environment greatly influences your working disposition. Gather 'round to hear how. (RT @FastCoLead: If you want to collaborate better, consider working in a circle.
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Leading Teams Through Complexity and Conflict — Service Strategies

Leading Teams Through Complexity and Conflict — Service Strategies | Leading teams | Scoop.it
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Bonding creates high-performing teams

Bonding creates high-performing teams | Leading teams | Scoop.it
The emotional intelligence model can be looked at in terms of what it means to be intelligent about emotions, which is being self-aware, knowing your own feelings, and why you feel that way. It’
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Great Leadership: 5 Reasons Most Teams Underperform

Great Leadership: 5 Reasons Most Teams Underperform | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Great #Leadership: 5 Reasons Most Teams Underperform http://t.co/7xTtBFzbP5
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Debunking Team-Building Myths – Part 1 - Christopher Avery

Debunking Team-Building Myths – Part 1 - Christopher Avery | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Leading Voice: Scotty Bevill on Clarity, Part 2 of 2. Debunking Team-Building Myths – Part 1. March 18, 2013.
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How to Manage Team Conflict | ManagingAmericans

How to Manage Team Conflict | ManagingAmericans | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Identify & understand Team Conflict in order to refocus your team to create a productive environment.
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How to Inspire Others

How to Inspire Others | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Drag others down and you’ll go down with them. The magnitude of your impact is determined by your ability to ignite passion in others. You make a difference by inspiring others to make a difference...

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Why Neuroscience SHOULD Change the Way We Manage People

Why Neuroscience SHOULD Change the Way We Manage People | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Most organizations and their leaders take pride in updating their systems with the latest technology and equipment. They devote significant resources to ensure their employees are using state of th...

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AlGonzalezinfo's comment, March 16, 2013 10:31 AM
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Kudos's curator insight, March 16, 2013 5:42 PM

Really intersting artcile applying science to what we all inituitively know. Whay is it then that so many businesses and leaders / managers operate in a contrary way. Food for thought.

John Michel's curator insight, March 16, 2013 8:58 PM

The mysteries of the brain are unfolding.  Only a generation ago, we believed that our brains were static and fixed, prone to inevitable atrophy.  Now we are beginning to understand that the brain can rewire itself in remarkable ways. And we are the catalysts!

The not-so-good news is that what often remains – as stagnant and immobile as our brains are not – are the ways we still cling to old ideas about organizational systems that do not maximize human performance.

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John Michel, experienced leader, humanitarian, visioneer, and renown status quo buster, is the author of the ground breaking book, Mediocre Me: How Saying No to the Status Quo will Propel you from Ordinary to Extraordinary. Check out his blog at www.MediocreMe.com or drop him a note at johnmichel@MediocreMe.com


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Leading A Team With Honesty | Terri Klass Consulting

Leading A Team With Honesty | Terri Klass Consulting | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Leading A Team With Honesty · photo. In a recent NY Times interview, Fred Hassan, chairman of Bausch and Lomb, shared his philosophy about working with teams: “Roll up your sleeves, build credibility, and be very ...
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Skills Converged > Active Listening Exercise: As Mark Just Said

Skills Converged > Active Listening Exercise: As Mark Just Said | Leading teams | Scoop.it

"Most people are not good listeners. This is even more pronounced when people get excited about sharing their own views or thoughts and like to express them and share them with others quickly. The problem is that in their excitement they miss what has just been said. Over time this can develop into a bad habit leading to miscommunication and misunderstanding.

This exercise is designed to help delegates practice listening to others and avoid jumping in before they have shown that they have understood what is shared. After a few tries, participants will quickly learn to listen carefully and will significantly improve their communication skills by understanding other people’s positions and avoid repeating what has already been stated."


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Building Teams...just like making Granola? - Eric D. Brown

Building Teams...just like making Granola? - Eric D. Brown | Leading teams | Scoop.it
It may be great granola or it may be just so-so…the outcome depends on a lot of things; ingredients, preparation, cooking/baking skills, recipe development, storage, intended use, etc. The outcome also depends a lot on the cook themselves.
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Driving Collaboration – Diverse Opinion is the Key to Innovation

Driving Collaboration – Diverse Opinion is the Key to Innovation | Leading teams | Scoop.it

People have different strengths and help in different ways. In an online world, we need to find ways to encourage those same behaviors at the frontend of the process.


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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 24, 2013 9:14 AM

Strong and forward-thinking leadership looks to the boundaries and fringes for those diverse voices often left out.

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Be beautiful: Team Development Ideas Which Will Update Work Efficiency

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How to Solve the EGO Problem on your Team

How to Solve the EGO Problem on your Team | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Ego can be either constructive or destructive within a team but this can be resolved. You must be aware of the problem and try the different ideas on this article.
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9 Leadership Mistakes That Kill Your Team | workplace MOJO

9 Leadership Mistakes That Kill Your Team | workplace MOJO | Leading teams | Scoop.it
Good lesson, 9 Leadership Mistakes That Kill Your Team http://t.co/hd4b4Nsg35, Thanks @mattmonge
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Power-fuel your Team for Success

The dream team, only a few of us get to lead such a team unless we build the team from scratch. A team that has never played together will never play up to its potential in any sport—or business. So how do we make the magic happen?
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Another Reflective Activity to Keep Them Moving, Talking, Reflecting and Keep Them Engaged | Experiential Tools

Another Reflective Activity to Keep Them Moving, Talking, Reflecting and Keep Them Engaged | Experiential Tools | Leading teams | Scoop.it
These experiential, brain-based, active dialogue activities are a great way to build community, facilitate reflection, and explore and review academic or training content..

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