Years ago, we helped an international mining company transform its safety culture from good to outstanding. Their 65% reduction in injuries over a three-year period vaulted them to become a benchmark company in their industry. A delegation of senior leaders and safety professionals from another mining company visited a few of their mine sites to […]Read post »
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Does a retreat help a leadership team advance? Or does a retreat mean falling behind as work piles up back at the office? We worked with a CEO to plan and run an offsite leadership and culture development session. He refused to call it a retreat. He insisted everyone refer to the session as an […]Read post »
What makes a team great? Why do some teams flourish and others flounder? Google’s People Operations (what they call HR) conducted a two-year study to find out. They conducted over 200 interviews looking at more than 250 attributes on over 180 active Google teams. Google analyst, Julia Rozovsky, reports that “who is on a team […]Read post »
There are many reasons leadership teams allow their priorities to be badly distorted. Things that matter most — team dynamics, key strategic priorities, and organization change and development efforts — are often crowded out by things that matter least — the crisis du jour or technical problems better solved by those closest to the action. […]Read post »
Getting Out of Wallow Hallow: Helping Co-Workers and Team Members to Stop Groaning and Start Growing
As you work on building or renewing your new success habits for the New Year you’re likely looking for ways to help your team members or co-workers stay out of the swamp of negativity, cynicism, and fear. A viewer of my December Thriving in Turbulent Times webcast sent me very positive feedback about how inspirational […]Read post »