Team Effectiveness

It seems that many organizations have developed excessively lengthy interview processes as they seek the nonexistent "perfect match." It would be best for all involved if these organizations revisited their hiring processes and made them more realistic....

Starting an ultimately successful organization usually takes a strong, driven, and creative individual to get things off the ground. Problems can arise, however, when that same individual remains in control of the organization longer than is wise. However, the departure of the founder does not...

Scientists seem to have proven what many of us have long suspected - that gossip can actually be good for an organization. This month's newsletter looks at that study and how it might apply in the work world....

Have you ever been in a meeting and you just knew what someone was going to say? You're thinking to yourself, "There she goes again. She is going to want us to slow down and do some more research." Or, "She's going to make a...

How many of you have wasted time solving a problem that people assured you was the big issue facing your organization, project, etc., only to discover that it was the wrong issue all along? This month's newsletter will discuss what you can do to ensure...