As noted in a previous post, attachment styles are persistent patterns of perceiving and participating in social interactions. • One … More
Change: Continuous vs. Abrupt
A successful CREW intervention results in a new, more fulfilling, and more productive group culture. For some groups, getting to … More
Can Co-working work?
The New York Times recently ran an article about the new trend of “co-working”. Co-working is when a group of … More
Helping Leaders Hear The Bad News
Giving tough but effective feedback to an organization’s leaders requires the same sorts of sensitivity as doing so with an individual whose performance you hope to develop.
Three Keys to Being Both Decisive and Being Open to Suggestion
I was talking with a friend the other day who is the director of a small foundation. In the course … More
Excluded from a Meeting
The Situation: When Joan checking her email Tuesday morning, Joan felt puzzled by a message labeled “Minutes: Project Team.” Upon … More
Four Considerations when Going Green as a Team
For both companies and individuals, it makes sense to improve their carbon footprint. Although some improvements require serious capital commitments, … More
Three Strategies Toward Managing For Engagement In Health Care
The conclusion of last week’s blog, Four Hypotheses For Why Health Care Managers Don’t Get Engagement, was that they often … More