Category Archives: Trust

Video Review for 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

Originally posted on Callibrain:
This is video review for the book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. This video was produced by http://www.callibrain.com, creators of Callibrain: Team Engagement, Communication, and Execution software. To buy the book…

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Negativity is a Cancer

I believe that negativity is a kind of cancer that occurs in many organizations. It has a growing and debilitating impact on any group where it is allowed to fester. Stamping out all negativity is a daunting a task, just…

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Death by Micromanagement

Everybody hates to be micromanaged. So why do so many managers do it? We know that overbearing, but well intended, managers micromanage all the time in an attempt to optimize performance. I will identify the cure for this habitual dilemma…

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Trust vs Risk

This summer, Nik Wallenda walked across Niagara Falls on a cable. Exactly why he did that is lost on me, but that doesn’t matter. He seems to have a pretty high tolerance for risk. For each of us, it is…

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The Root of All Conflict

Can you believe a single three-word phrase is the basis for nearly all conflict? It is true that conflict shows up with numerous symptoms and there are many different ways of resolving it. If it were not for three words,…

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Devious Political Tactics: Mis- and Disinformation

by Rick Brenner Practitioners of workplace politics intent on gaining unfair advantage sometimes use misinformation, disinformation, and other information-related tactics. Here’s a short catalog of techniques to watch for. READ MORE…. REBLOGGED FROM: Point Lookout – Chaco Canyon Consulting Richard … Continue reading

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Stephen Richards Covey

Originally posted on I'm not weird, I'm just a limited edition!:
This is the kind of life I aspire to have!

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We Need Trust

Originally posted on Teamwork:
Teams are made and formed by relationships. The members do not necessarily need to be best buddies or best friends, but two essential elements are important to build a healthy relationship and, therefore, cultivate a good…

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Reactance and Micromanagement

by Rick Brenner When we feel that our freedom at work is threatened, we sometimes experience urges to do what is forbidden, or to not do what is required. This phenomenon — called reactance — might explain some of the … Continue reading

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Trust: The Foundation of Leadership

Originally posted on Linked 2 Leadership:
According to their wonderful book “The Leadership Challenge,” leadership research experts Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner state that “credibility (or Trust) is the foundation of leadership.” The research simply confirms what we have all experienced…

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