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Enabling a Team to Adapt to a New Manager

Steps a New Manager Might Take the First 90 Days

When a new manager takes over a team that has already been in place, it can be challenging – both for the new manager and the team. In this week’s article, we’ll explore a number of ways to enable a team to adapt to a […]

Leading Teams Effectively

Leading teams effectively requires being both an effective team member and fostering an environment of team work within your department.

When managers work collaboratively with their teams to address challenges and achieve common goals, they are demonstrating effective teamwork behaviors.

When managers encourage, enable and motivate their teams to work collaboratively with each other to […]

Leaders - help your new employees get acclimated into the group.

As leaders we have so much going on that when we hire a new employees, we may not take the time to get that individual integrated into the group. This is a shame and may cause retention issues, a perception of the organization not caring about it employees, and/or the inability for the employee to […]

How Are You Doing as Team Leader?

Best Pratice

Have you asked the team lately?

How are you doing as the team leader? When did you last ask your team how effectively you are doing as the lead? For longer running teams – 1 year or more – consider checking in every 6 months with your team to see how you are performing in […]

The Most Difficult Part of Pulling Together the Project Team

Project Team

Responses to a Poll Question and a Client Story

A poll question1 asked of 700 project managers, project team leads, and program directors regarding their opinion of the most difficult part of pulling together a project team, delivered the following responses:

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Number of Responses

Finding the right internal resources (mix of skills, availability)

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