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Women’s History Month

By Kittie Watson | March 13, 2024

“We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.”  —Mary McLeod Bethune As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we encourage you to read First Ladies by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray. This historical fiction […]

4. How to Harness Conflict on Your Team to Fuel Creativity

By Megan McGlothin | February 27, 2024

Conflict is a common occurrence, but it can be harmful to working teams and the organization as a whole if not properly handled. Our earlier blogs outlined the CAUSES, IMPACTS and SOLUTIONS of interpersonal conflict on teams. It might surprise you to know, however, that not all conflict is a source for concern. In fact, […]

How to Help Engage Remote and other Team Members to Increase Retention

By Kittie Watson | February 16, 2024

Do we need to switch on our cameras? Can we skip the warm-up? Do we really need to talk about how we feel during this meeting? Oh no, not the team game again! Why is it crucial for the team to know each other? We live in times when hybrid and remote work are standard, […]

3. Interpersonal Conflict on Your Team: The Solutions

By Megan McGlothin | January 31, 2024

Conflict is a common occurrence, but it can be harmful to working teams and the organization as a whole. Our earlier blogs outlined both the CAUSES and the IMPACTS of interpersonal conflict on teams. It’s time to address the solutions for these conflicts.  How do you address the issue skillfully to help the team (or […]

Practice Adaptability: How to Stay Positive when All is Askew

By Becky Ripley | January 22, 2024

Take a moment to reflect on your ability to handle the unexpected. How have you changed course when faced with disrupted plans, disappointment and/or adversity? One’s ability to adapt in the moment, a valued leadership trait, requires flexibility, resilience and patience. As you enter 2024, work on ways to adapt and reframe the unexpected as […]

2. Interpersonal Conflict on Your Team: The Impacts

By Megan McGlothin | January 2, 2024

Conflict is a common occurrence among teams, especially in the initial storming phase of team development. While some types of conflict can inspire creativity and growth, the vast majority of team conflict is harmful to working teams and the organization as a whole.  Our earlier blog outlined the CAUSES of interpersonal conflict on teams. But […]

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