team building

Leadership: 5 Essentials to Team Building 21st Century Teams | #Teambuilding

Team Building: Flexibility is Image of Mesh Covering That Moves

As business changes so must teamwork. Here are 5 NEW team building essentials that start w/ new definition of team. View 5 min video fr Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™.

Why You Welcome New Team Members vs. Haze Them | #PeopleSkills

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Workplace: Do leaders and team members actively welcome new team members? Or do you passively haze them or keep your distance to see if they measure up? Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™, explains how welcoming new team members delivers benefits that you otherwise miss. | Leadership | Teamwork | High Performance

Team Building Across Generations – Proven Approach | #leadership

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Here’s a proven approach fr The People Skills Coach™ to team building across generations. Let youthful energy & mature experience increase innovation!

Bluntness Checklist: Are You Brutally Blunt or Helpfully Honest?

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Are you brutally blunt or helpfully honest? Use this 7 step bluntness checklist fr The People Skills Coach™ to improve your communication!

Personality Types: Profitable Leadership & Team Secrets | #peopleskills

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Tap these profitable leadership & teamwork secrets of personality types fr The People Skills Coach™. Communication & employee engagement!

Leadership Generations: When Energy Meets Experience #teamwork

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Leadership: Create intersection of generations instead of focusing on the gap. Here’s a teamwork road map fr The People Skills Coach™.

Team Harmony: Leaders, Are You Needlessly Sacrificing Great Results?

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Leaders, your organization can have team harmony, high morale, & great results IF you address these 4 leadership teamwork issues.

Ersatz Empowerment: The True Cost to Customer Experience #cx

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Leaders, the true cost of ersatz empowerment to customer experience is far more than customer frustration. It’s this threat & you can prevent it.

Leadership People Skills: Questions vs Questioning Our Authority

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Leaders do you truly welcome questions? Do teams welcome them from each other or mistrust and resist? Consider these 5 moments & leadership people skills to solve them. Experienced based insights from The People-Skills Coach™.

Leaders, Convert Blame to Accountability Part II

In this followup to the post Breed Accountability Not Blame, here are 6 essential steps for leaders to convert a blame culture to one of honorable accountability. Add your experience to this path of success.

CIOs, Resolve IT Customer Service Threat – Blocked Teamwork

CIOs, the threat to IT customer service is not technical mindset – it’s blocked teamwork. Customers want productivity: prevent problems or unite to solve. Consider these 3 blocks and how to remove them.

New Leaders, 10 Gritty Questions to Define Teamwork

New leaders, how do you define teamwork? Beyond the common expectation of working together to achieve the end result, there are much deeper issues to address. Think them through with these 10 gritty questions to be ready to lead your teams!

The Greatest Unsolvable Obstacles to Cross Teamwork

Teamwork within a team is quite achievable. When leaders want to take the entire organization to new heights, they find the greatest (seemingly) unsolvable obstacles. A closer look reveals …

No Cost Team Building Walks In Every Monday

Leaders and managers often overlook the no cost team building that ignites productivity. Kate Nasser, The People-Skills Coach™ shares 3 welcome tips. Read more …

Team Whistle Blowing: Duty or Disloyalty?

Leaders, what do you expect of your team members in whistle blowing if one of their peers is slacking off or working against the mission? Is it a duty or disloyalty? Do they know what you think? Here are 3 steps to having this conversation.

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