Collaborative learning occurs when members of a group come together to discuss ideas and solve problems with the intention of learning. This model of learning is particularly useful when it occurs in cohorts.
In part 1 of my thoughts on transformational enablers, I discussed the first three enablers: CLARITY, ALIGNMENT and FOCUS.
Recently, serving in my role as a Scaling Up Business Coach, I met Paul Saunders, his wife Emily and brother Andrew who launched a successful start up over 10 years ago, a manufacturing company called eLuxury.
A recent article in the Harvard Business Review provided the results of research on the success of corporate (business) transformations.
Create a climate of high-performance to prevail and succeed in challenging times.
Looking at the iris as if for the first time, I noticed light blue petals opened in groups of three. with soft, white, furry stamens in the middle.
During the fourth lap of the 2020 Indianapolis 500 race, I was on the edge of my seat watching as the right front wheel of car #51 driven by Australian James Davison burst into flames!
The negative emotions of frazzle are contagious and sweep like the flu, hampering team performance. What can employees do—through their own self-leadership—to accept the other half of the responsibility for their work climate and reduce frazzle?