Taking the time to identify the skills, knowledge and experience necessary for each role in a change team can make the difference between success and failure.
So far, in our high-performing series, we’ve covered: Setting out a common purpose Creating a results-oriented environment Benchmarking for success Building a collaborative climate We’re
“When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower” – Alexander Den Heijer So we’re all on
Whenever I ask clients and students, “Is there a difference between a group or a team?” the answer, more often than not, is a categorical “Yes!”
Comparing your team against other similar teams can be a really helpful way to objectively assess how well you’re performing. The leaders of the best-performing
Do you know what makes each individual member of your team tick? Have you taken the time to find out what’s most important to them?