Consensus is but one of six types of decision making. It is a worthy goal WHEN you have the time and ability to reach true consensus where each member can bring perspective, creativity and insights not available or understood by an individual acting alone. This, along with other benefits, make consensus a default choice forContinue reading “Six Choices when Making Group Decisions”
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Less Ghosting, More Commitment, the Covid-era Staffing Challenge
Working through layers can help today’s Covid-era organizations adapt to change resulting in less ghosting, more commitment.
6 Steps Beyond Industrial Age Performance Appraisals
Let it go, let it go, let it go! Let go of performance appraisal practices and industrial age thinking. In our post 9-11, now Covid-era, no-such-thing as “New Normal” world, business models continue to evolve dramatically and surprise us. Yes, the old relic of performance appraisal from twentieth century business practices persists. For example, aContinue reading “6 Steps Beyond Industrial Age Performance Appraisals”
Control Issues in Teams: How Do You Take Charge?
People don’t resist changes, they resist being controlled… The second of of the MCG series in helping leaders and teams develop skill in order to meet changing goals. Also includes “change AND die,” the Leadership Control model, and “resistance is a resource” references.
3 Steps to Grow Team Performance: Membership, Control, Goal
ANYTIME a functioning group changes in membership including when it forms, status and or role questions arise. If someone leaves the group, roles shift, the group churns. Small groups are often microcosms of the organization and reflect organizational health in the way they form, grow, perform (or don’t), ebb and end. This post is about howContinue reading “3 Steps to Grow Team Performance: Membership, Control, Goal”