Monthly Archives: June 2016

Habits that Support Team Resilience

This is the final posting on the topic of Team Resilience!  I hope you’ve enjoyed all of the articles and big thanks to those of you that have taken the time to give your feedback on how you are using the information. In this blog series on the Six Characteristics of a Resilient Team we… Read more »

4 Types of Team Energy

So far in this blog series on the Six Characteristics of a Resilient Team we have looked at the topics of common purpose, team norms, trust, candid conversations and resilient thinking. Even if I do say so myself there is a wealth of resource included in these articles so check them out if you haven’t done so already. Last week we started to… Read more »

What Gives Your Team Energy?

So far in this blog series on the Six Characteristics of a Resilient Team we have looked at the topics of common purpose, team norms, trust, candid conversations and resilient thinking. Even if I do say so myself there is a wealth of resource included in these articles so check them out if you haven’t done so already. The fifth characteristic of a… Read more »

Thinking Resiliently

Thinking In this series on the Six Characteristics of a Resilient Team we have so  far looked at the topics of  common purpose, team norms, trust and candid conversations . The fourth characteristic of a resilient team is the ability to think resiliently. I wrote about thinking traps last year so I’m not going to repeat myself on that front. But I will say this.  The… Read more »