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Team Leadership Expectations

Team Leadership: Meeting The New Expectations

By Phillip Sandahl

Team leadership is changing and the nature of teams is changing. No doubt you’ve noticed. Teams are more likely these days to be geographically dispersed, relying on new and diverse technology to connect, communicate, make decisions, build team culture. The pace of business today and its global scale is putting more pressure on teams to…

What is a Community of Practice & Why Should I Join One?

By Michelle Chambers

Do you find many leaders of teams who are not aware of “team coaching” and the value it has in creating high performing teams? Are you operating a team coaching practice and wondering how others manage the “business aspects” of it? Are you curious to know what resources are out there that could support you…

Communication on Teams

How To Improve Team Communication with Active Listening

By Phillip Sandahl

In today’s business world the importance of effective team communication is indisputable. What’s also beyond dispute is that the increasing rate of daily business activity presents a challenge to communication on teams. But speed alone is hardly the only aspect of communication that is putting pressure on teams. Add to the equation new forms of…

Improve Accountability on Teams with These Four Simple Steps

By Phillip Sandahl

As team coaches, we face many challenges in our work with teams, often at once. Low trust, poor communication and lack of alignment are but a few of them. Where those factors are clear to the team as the discussion begins to take place, others aren’t. Among the more misunderstood factors is achieving accountability as…

Teams Navigating VUCA World

5 Keys to Successful Navigation in a VUCA World

By Phillip Sandahl

Organizations today operate in an environment that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. They operate in a VUCA world. The United States military coined that description to help train leaders in effective response to the challenges of modern battlefield conditions. But those four words also aptly describe the environment in which organizations live and work…

Team Conflict

Team Conflict: How To Turn It Into Trust, Resilience & Results

By Phillip Sandahl

Team conflict is normal. Avoiding team conflict is also normal. We see that tendency when we work with teams and, let’s be honest: we often see it in ourselves. We would rather avoid than engage, even when we know that it can ultimately be a valuable contribution to team performance. The simple truth is unattended…

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