Posts Tagged: energy

The energy – resilience connection

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 »

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 »

Not Shying Away

Last week I shared Dave Perkins’ inspiring thinking about how he wanted 2016 to look for himself and the  Nottingham Area board of  Young Enterprise UK. This week and next I’m going to be sharing Dave’s great wisdom and humility in ‘Not Shying Away’.  His words have given me a great deal of food for thought… Read more »

Perspectives on Workplace Conflict

Last week  we looked at three questions to which we need to be able to answer ‘yes’ if we are serious about resolving a workplace (or personal) conflict. The thing with conflict is that it has such far reaching effects.  It doesn’t just impact on you and the other person – it has a ripple effect… Read more »

3 Ways to Raise your Team’s Energy Immediately

Last week I wrote about ‘energy vampires’ and how they can destroy our resilience.  A few of you responded with other names for these people…. Freezers, drains….. great metaphors all! I’ve written before about energy  so this week I thought I’d share my top three tips for developing more energy in team meetings.