Team guidelines are used to define what is acceptable in the team. Done properly, it can save a lot of headaches and get the team to operate smoothly.
I have always been an advocate for having 1:1 sessions with each of your team members, but lately I felt that there was something missing, a group 1:1
A look at some questions you can ask in your initial 1:1 sessions to discover and understand more about your team members
Being transparent in extremely important. It not only gives team members background about a problem but builds confidence & trust with them as well.
A look at what consensus actually is and why it is important to have in your team
Many people believe that the most successful teams are made up of the smartest people. What if that wasn't the case? What if it was something else?
You may have wondered in your career, "How do you make a great team?" For me part of the answer lies in empowerment, by allowing people in your team to do what they think is best!
By just listening to a person's choice of words we can identify what their perceived team boundaries are. Most often, they not what they should be!
Have you ever been in a meeting where you didn't feel safe to say that something went wrong? We'll look into some ways you can improve that in your team
A look at some of the highlights of the "Connect & Include" Workshop held by Celeste Halliday.
After running a few 1:1's you may find yourself struggling to keep the effective & relevant. In this post, we'll look at some ways to make them beneficial for everyone
A brief look at the structure of a 1:1 and some of the simple things that you can do to ensure that they are effective.