Tag: teambuilding

How To Move a Team from Forming to High Performing in < 48 Hours thumbnail

Our MBA Orientation committee debated whether was this too much pressure.  The second week on campus, teams of first year MBA students would have 48 hours to research and make recommendations on a real business challenge for a large, high-profile company and package and communicate their recommendation to a high-profile audience. Clearly, it’s more than a “game” when potential employers and

3 Communication Mistakes Screwing Up Teamwork thumbnail

“Oh she didn’t copy me on purpose.” “He’s withholding information to make my life harder.” “Making us guess what he’s thinking is just a big power play.” “Why would she put something that important in email?” “What’s that supposed to mean anyway?” “Why did she copy my boss?” Some teams spend more time second guessing the

Frontline Festival: July- Teams And Teamwork Edition

Welcome to the July, Teams and Teamwork Edition of the Frontline Festival. I am pleased to bring you another International line-up of thought leaders sharing their best posts on teams and teamwork. David Dye of Trailblaze, shares his post Give Me 3 Minutes and I’ll Make You a Smarter Leader.  I love his application of crowdsourcing, and the leader’s responsibility for making the most of group

3 Easy and Practical Team Building Activities thumbnail

It’s been a rather heavy week on Let’s Grow Leaders, talking about Courage, Fear, Transparency, and Chaos. So I am going to end the week on a lighter note. I had my team in town this week, working on business strategy and plans. We also made time the day before for a few practical and easy team building activities. These activities are not original, but they worked quite well, with little prep, and

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