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Conflict In The Workplace

Written by Don Tinney on June 20, 2019

Some people are great at avoiding conflict in the workplace. All you need to do is keep your mouth shut or yield to the strongest voice in the room. However you may be justifying your silence, passivity or lack of engagement, I want you to consider how damaging that behavior is for both you and your team. I also hope to give you some simple, practical suggestions for becoming a healthier, engaged fighter.

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No More ‘Guess Who’ With GWC™

Written by Dean Breyley on June 4, 2019

When was the last time you asked yourself: “Is everyone on my team in the right seat?”.

To paraphrase Jim Collins from his book ‘Good to Great’, making sure that you have the ‘Right People’ (Core Values Fit), in the ‘Right Seats’ (Job Roles), is fundamental to the success and growth of your company. Having any number of people in the wrong roles is a defining factor of whether any business grows or stalls in the long term.

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How to Rip the Band-Aid Off

Written by Dan Wallace on May 30, 2019

 When someone is Wrong Person (doesn’t fit our Core Values and Culture), Wrong Seat (in a job they don’t GWC®; Get It, Want It, Capacity to do it and we can’t fix it), or both, the reality is that they have to go.

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The Circle of Safety – Establishing Trust through Teamwork

Written by Dean Breyley on May 13, 2019

In a growing company, it’s normal to feel like we're constantly in a battle for resources, results, energy, and people’s time and attention. Often, these daily challenges lead to unwanted tension and frustration.

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The Discipline of the “Organizational Checkup”

Written by Randy Taussig on April 29, 2019

Are you in the habit of getting an annual physical? Many of us do this as a preventative measure to stay healthy.

How about within your organization? Does your leadership team periodically assess the strength of your organization? This is a discipline that is often misunderstood or ignored.

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