Monthly Archives: April 2016

Trust me, I’m a leader?

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been exploring the Six Characteristics of a resilient team. So far, we’ve explored Common Purpose and Team Norms and their link to team resilience. Over the next few weeks it’s all about Trust. In my experience, resilient teams have a high level of trust for one another – or at least ‘enough… Read more »

Team Norms, Resilience and Performance

Over the next few weeks I’m sharing my thoughts on the six characteristics of a resilient team and last week I shared the importance of Common Purpose. I was going to talk about Trust this week but I’m going to be doing that next week instead because I want to share something with you that links… Read more »

Team Resilience and Common Purpose

Last week, I shared with you the six characteristics of a resilient team as follows: A resilient team: – Has a common purpose; – Has a high level of trust for each other (or as Peter Hawkins in his book Leadership Team Coaching says: ’enough trust to disclose their mistrust’); – Has candid and honest conversations; –… Read more »