Through our research and experience coaching executive teams, LHH and Ferrazzi Greenlight have identified four characteristics of resilient teams: candor, resourcefulness, compassion, humility.
Could we apply co-elevation to our government? By emulating top business teams and practicing co-elevation, I believe Biden can reverse the political infighting that has plagued past administrations.
With the distraction of the holidays behind us, I challenge you to take time to set intentions for this year and envision everything you and your team have to share with the world this year.
When teams hold each other accountable, they’re much more likely to cross the finish line together.
Stressed out? Improving your employees' mental health has clear side effects: Lower health care costs, and a boost to reputation and attracting talent.
These are the co-elevating traits that underpin great teams, and some high-return practices to sustain these traits.
Physical distance is not the death knell to collaborating effectively and forming strong relationships. In fact, it may be irrelevant altogether.
Transforming data practices isn’t as exciting as launching a new brand. People need to feel energized and get the higher purpose of the project.
Realizing that you and your team members are collectively responsible for the team’s deliverables will help everyone achieve greater success.
A number of fast-adapting companies have found that virtual board meetings have allowed boards to improve governance and collaboration.
“In our business, it’s amazing what happens when you put responsibility for innovation in the hands of those closest to the customers,”
Andy Sharpe's ability to stay flexible and agile -- to go forward to work, not just back to work -- will pay dividends long after Covid-19 is a memory.
Throw in honest feedback, candid pushback, and true buy-in from the entire organization and you might have a formula that works.
We think there are at least three strategies managers can use to blunt the impact of the prolonged “stay at home” on corporate life.
I get asked a lot about how teams can improve their collaboration in the WFH era. Here's what I've learned.
People have foretold the future of work as long as there’s been a modern notion of work. There has been more change in how we work in the last two months than we’ve seen in the last 20 years.
The future of work arrived out of nowhere on the back of a once-in-a-century pandemic. We have an opportunity to reboot, and ask what it means to help each other perform better.
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