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There is an I in Team

Posted in: Developing Team Performance with Senior Leadership Teams, Developing Team Performance with Senior Executive Teams | Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Advice on how self-awareness is crucial for building effective team dynamics and maintaining a healthy group relationship.

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Team Emotional Intelligence – What is it and Why is it Important?

Posted in: Building Emotional Intelligence EQ, Developing Team Performance with Senior Leadership Teams, Team Development | Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Explores why team emotional intelligence is important for developing an effective team and outlines the essential conditions required.

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Stress Management For Leaders – The Cause & The Solution

Posted in: Trusted Sounding Board, Recapture Your Motivation and Drive | Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

Professional advice on effective stress management for leaders, from Lynn Humphrey, leadership coaching expert at Stepshift.

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EQ – Fuelling Leadership

Posted in: Want to take your leadership to the next level?, Building Emotional Intelligence EQ | Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

When leaders are effectively managing their EQ (emotional intelligence), the benefits to them, their people and their organisation can be enormous. When they are not, the costs are often significant.

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Emotional Intelligence – The Link To Strong Leadership

Posted in: Building Emotional Intelligence EQ | Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

Examines the importance of emotional intelligence for managers and those in leadership positions. Advice from Carmel Byrne, leadership coaching expert at Stepshift.

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Leadership Team Dynamics – The Stepshift Approach

Posted in: Developing Team Performance with Senior Leadership Teams, Developing Team Performance with Senior Executive Teams, Team Development | Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

The costs incurred by businesses, both financial and emotional, when senior people are not working effectively as an leadership team, are significant. When organisations wish to achieve new levels of performance and growth, the dynamics of the leadership team are critical. Their collective energy is required to get an organisation moving in a new direction,…

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Executive Team Dynamics – The Catalyst for Improved Effectiveness

Posted in: Developing Team Performance with Senior Leadership Teams | Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

“Executive Teams rather than individual executives deliver significant results in business” The costs incurred by businesses, both financial and emotional, when senior people are not working effectively as an executive team, are significant. When organisations wish to achieve new levels of performance and growth, the dynamics of the executive team are critical. Their collective energy…

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How to Build Trust in a Leadership Team

Posted in: Resolving Leadership Team Conflict, Team Development | Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

In our work with leadership teams, we uncover the areas that will enable the team to work at an even higher level. In our experience, when trust issues are uncovered and improved, there is a corresponding and very significant improvement in the team’s ability to operate and deliver results. The head of the leadership team…

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Do you have a problem with trust in your leadership team?

Posted in: Resolving Leadership Team Conflict | Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

One of the most important roles of leadership is the development of a high level of trust with and between team members. The existence of a good level of trust between leadership team members underpins a team’s ability to make decisions quickly and objectively. When the level of trust is low, politics and personal agendas…

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Hints to Improve your Leadership Team Communication

Posted in: Developing Team Performance with Senior Leadership Teams, Team Development | Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Leaders can grow themselves and their leadership teams by engaging in open and honest communication. So what causes a leader or their leadership team to communicate poorly?  Generally there is a agreement about the desirability of good communication. As a leader you know within yourself when something needs to be communicated. What can put us…

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