why people won't admit they're wrong

Here’s Why People Won’t Admit They’re Wrong

It’s been our default mode since we were still in disposable underpants (or cloth, if that’s your thing — don’t judge me). From the time we were kidlets, if given the choice between admitting we were wrong — or had made a mistake or done something we weren’t supposed to — and doing…well…almost anything else,[…]

questions leaders can ask

20 Questions Leaders Can Ask Their Teams

“What’s your position on unicorns?” That Socrates guy was onto something with that crazy method of his, though what you’ll see in this post isn’t nearly as eloquent. Getting to know our teams is an ongoing quest for leaders. [bctt tweet=”In a humanized #companyculture, getting to know your team is an ongoing quest for leaders.[…]

leadership actions that build trust

9 Leadership Actions That Build Trust

Building trust seems so cliche, which is unfortunate, because its importance simply cannot be overstated. Real trust is critical to a healthy team and organization, and any team or organization without it will find itself rotting away from the inside out. Leadership Action That Builds Trust: Being Human This one is foundational for many of the[…]

10 Coworkers You Want to Kick in the Keister

There is no such thing as a perfect workplace. No. Such. Thing. Every organization’s got its own quirks and oddities. Just for kicks, here are some of the folks you’ll see around just about any organization. Please resist the urge to shout out your colleagues’ names as you read. 1. The Smooth Operators These folks,[…]

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