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.[…]

6 Things the Best Leaders Know About Accountability

If there are two words in the leadership and management arena that are more misunderstood and abused than accountability and coaching, I’d be interested in hearing them. Coaching and accountability. Accountability and coaching. Like peas and carrots. Or maybe more like liver and onions. Heck, it may conjure sensations more akin to a colonoscopy, depending[…]

Team Not On Board? Check These 4 Things.

“The whole team’s not on board.” It’s a common refrain in organizations. Perhaps you’ve even said it yourself, either out loud or in your mind. But why does it happen? And as a leader, what can you do about it? It’s not unusual for teams or organizations to struggle with changes, projects, and/or initiatives; and the[…]

5 Reasons Your Employees are Lying to You

Newsflash #1: Your team lies to you sometimes. Maybe a lot of the time. Newsflash #2: It’s at least partly your fault. Newsflash #3: If you deny the possibility of #2 above, you may as well stop reading now. If you’re still reading, I’m going to assume (yes, I know what they say about assuming)[…]

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