How to re-prioritize your to-do list so that it focuses on the tasks that will have the biggest impact on your success.
Groups need to learn how to identify problems. Individuals need to be willing to accept their contributions to those problems.
Employees see problems. They also have ideas for solving them. The question is whether they are sharing those ideas with you.
When your team is in a rut, you have to help them get out of it. Here are three questions to do that.
You want your vehicle to be in tip-top shape so that it can perform its function. This requires care. Teams are no different. They require attention and adjustment. Here’s a checklist.
Use the Lazyman model to help your employees accomplish their goals.
When’s the last time your team accomplished something so cool at work that you would like to have had a monkey pile (if HR allowed it)?