Tag Archives: accountability

Benchmarks Gone Bad

Buds are on the trees, birds are chirping and spring is in the air. In Texas, that can only mean one thing …

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The Power of One Question Leads to Greater Accountability

When things go wrong, it is easy to makes excuses or blame others for getting in the way of success. We all …

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Take a Good Look in the Mirror: Is Your 360 Working?

Recently a former colleague asked for my advice on filling out a peer 360 review. An honest review would be brutal. I …

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Senior Leaders’ Advice: Just Ask

 Nearly every year for the last six years, I’ve conducted research interviews with senior business leaders. I’m halfway through this year’s interviews …

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Does Your Team Pass the High-Performance Test?

Not many teams are great at both results and relationships. Patrick Lencioni, in The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, lays out a …

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3 Signs You’re Deadweight

My colleague and friend, Patti Johnson is so well-respected and in-tune with her abilities and strengths, she’ll let you know when she …

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