Category Archives: Leadership

Communicating the “Big Picture” More Effectively – Using the Perceiving Dimension of the MBTI┬«

Communicating the Big Picture strategic vision is critical for organization leaders. Understanding differences in communication styles, using insights from the MBTI┬« type preference of “perceiving,” leaders can craft more effective communication strategies and improve organization performance. Continue reading

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Gaining Team Commitment to “Team-Building”

Gaining commitment to team-building by the team members is not automatic. In fact, many – if not most – team building events are wasted because team members are not committed to their success. When you think “team-building” think first about what is valued by your team. Continue reading

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Why being a coach is a good investment for managers

Managers are often confused between being a “coach,” and using a “coaching style.” They are not the same. A coach uses multiple interaction styles, based on what employees need to help them succeed. Continue reading

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