A good charter helps create a strong foundation on which a team can build its success.
A naysayer need not ruin your team. Turn all that negativity into something positive.
When a team is struggling between two or three reasonable options, there is no better decision tool than a structured discussion.
Saying your are sorry and working to forgive people who have hurt you are two strategies that can have a big payoff.
Have you ever led a meeting when it seemed the group kept running away from a decision? As the leader, it is your job to help the team recognize and make the decision. Here are five strategies for helping you do so.