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Four Kinds of Trust (2): Earn Trust from Your People

In management and leadership literature one of the topics most often referred to is trust. Trust between two people operates in two direc...

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Four Kinds of Trust (1): Trust Your People

In management and leadership literature one of the topics most often referred to is trust. Trust between two people operates in two direc...

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6 Simple Questions for Alan Shalloway

About one year ago I published a series of interviews called "5 Easy Questions". The answers to those questions came from Steve...

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If You Want Something Done, Practice Your Patience

In the science fiction movie The Fifth Element, the character Zorg is a devious and ruthless industrialist ruler, who is time and time ag...

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The Delegation Checklist

In their book Behind Closed Doors Johanna Rothman and Esther Derby published a handy checklist that you can use for delegation of tasks. ...

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Choosing Authority Levels for Team Members

Empowerment is often incorrectly perceived as a binary choice. Either you empower someone, or you don’t. In reality, your options are m...

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Reduce Your Fear, Increase Your Status

Some managers don’t like the idea of empowering people. They fear a loss of authority, power, and control. They also fear competition w...

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I Need Your Help!

The nice thing about being a blogger is that you don’t need to feel embarrassed when asking for a favor. Chris Brogan did it. Scott Ber...

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Emergence in Development Teams

When trying to translate the concept of emergence to teams, we can recognize a host of interesting phenomena. The first is the possibilit...

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