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… Read more »
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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 resilient team… Read more »
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 fairly recently so I’m not going to repeat myself on that… Read more »
Over the last couple of months we’ve been focusing on the 6 characteristics of a resilient team So far, we’ve looked at: Common Purpose and Trust This week… it’s all about candid conversations.
Last week I shared with you the three things that will help you strengthen trust in your team. Number one was this: Open, inclusive and honest conversations about the things that really matter with equal ‘air time’ and high quality listening. We made a start on this last week with an exercise I shared with you to help you… Read more »
Read until the end because I’ve got an exercise on building trust that you might want to use with your team. Over the last couple of weeks we’ve got ‘under the skin’ of trust and trustworthiness and started to take a look at how to build a team you trust (that trusts you too)…. Read more »
Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been looking at the topic of trust and specifically focusing on what we actually mean by the words trust and trustworthiness. I’m pretty sure that most of us think we are trustworthy.But do others see us as we see ourselves? Trustworthiness, like many things, is in the eye of the beholder.What would our… Read more »
Apparently, one of the biggest challenges to our resilience is our co-workers!If you’re surrounded by mood hoovers, drama kings or queens or whiners and whingers you are quite likely to be feeling short of resilience right now. As you can see from the graph above a UK study indicated that ‘managing difficult relationships/politics in the workplace’ is shown… Read more »
So, 25 days in to the New Year – how are those resolutions holding up? Not working out? Either they don’t have enough emotional importance for you, they’re the wrong resolutions or you’re making excuses (‘not enough time’ and ‘too difficult’ being the most common……) Beating yourself up serves no-one.
I love a good checklist and I know that you do too. I’ve put this one together to help you and your team get absolutely clear on what’s working and what isn’t – questions about your organisation, questions for your team and for you personally. You can complete the checklist online. Contact me if you’d… Read more »