How to Increase Your Team Performance
Both of my boys have become avid hockey players at the young ages of five and seven. One thing I’ve noticed throughout their progression in the sport is that the team performance is only as good as their worst players. Sure there is the odd superstar that is guaranteed to score a goal on every […]READ MORE
Are Your Leadership Biases Muting Growth?
In much of the organizational development work I do, considerable time is spent on identifying and changing the leadership structure. As a result, these changes are to a more empowered team based structure with multi-channel communication. The reason this is so critical to the ongoing growth and profitability of an organization is that leaders at […]READ MORE
Follow the Leader isn’t a good strategy
This past weekend I took a trip with some friends to ride our snowmobiles in Quebec. We had a great time, although I’m sore in places I didn’t know could get sore. I learned an important lesson during that trip. I fell into the trap of Follow the Leader. Lesson learned. During the trip we […]READ MORE
Boost Morale and Watch Performance Soar
Are your employees performing at the level you expect? If not the issue may not be what you think. Morale plays a key role in employee performance. Many of my corporate clients often ask about ideas to boost the productivity of their team, to which I always respond with the same question. “How strong would […]READ MORE
Why Isn’t Your Team Creative?
How much team work is required to ensure a commercial flight is successful? As a frequent flyer I’m always amazed at the level of effort that is required to get each flight off the ground. Each passenger experience requires no less than dozens if not hundreds of people to make the experience a success. The […]READ MORE
Is the New Year Your Year to be Bold?
I’ve spent much of my time in this last month with several clients whom I coach and advise helping them to develop and instantiate their plans for growth and development in the coming year. What’s been interesting about many of these discussions is that an individual’s inability to achieve their goals in previous years has […]READ MORE
Communication Complexity in Today’s Workforce
The face of organizations as we know them is changing, driven most significantly by multi-generational workforces. Different generations prefer differing means of communication, and failing to engage employees at all levels is a clear recipe for disaster. From an extreme perspective, simply ignoring these differences will result in both ineffective communications and a lack of […]READ MORE
Integrate Millennials for a stronger team
Millennials are the predominant generation working today. To integrate millennials into a workforce in which two previously dominant generations already co-existed (i.e. Generation X and the Babyboomers) is a challenge. Fortunately leaders of Unstoppable Organizations have learned how to make this a seamless transition while capitalizing on the strengths of each generation. Integrate Millennials With […]READ MORE