You know –the peeps that never tell you everything, they hold certain pieces of information from you or others—consistently. Do you or your management style make these people feel insignificant? Does the company culture make them feel insignificant or even worse threatened?
So the question is; how do we respond to people need and still meet business objectives? They are not mutually exclusive. There are many a seminars on this topic; one of THE best is “The Human Factor in Project Management”, by Kevin Ciccotti, CPPC, ACC, Cutting Edge Coaching and Consulting. There are also a plethora of books; my favorites include “The Speed of Trust” by Stephen Covey, “Tribal Leadership” by Dave Logan, “Good to Great” by Jim Collins. Seth Godin’s books are good too. And for the record, I do not recommend seminars I’ve not attended or books I’ve not read.
The point is, you as a…
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