Leading By Example
Values Line Up
1. how to enact your values and communicate it effectively
2. The scenarios begin from the assumption that you want to do what you
think is right, but you need to know how to communicate powerfully
1. Sometimes people only need courage to make their vo
Thriving employees have a bit of an edgethey are highly energizedbut they
know how to avoid burnout.
vitality and learning are conncet together in work, they can do it with out other.
What the company is looking for is those who can thrive, those who can
energy, creativity, and shared commitment to far
surpass other teams.
communication indeed plays a critical role in
building successful teams
individual intelligence, personality, skill, and the
substance of discussions are important as well
The challenge of team management these days is to implement new processes
as quickly as possible.
But the mastery of new tasks isnt the only challenge. In the new procedure, a
number of familiar tasks occur in a different sequence, requiring a team to
1. the people best suited to judge the performance
of others are those who work most closely with
They may tend to give fairly conservative feedback
rather than risk straining relationships with
colleagues by saying things that could be
They generally do better as their members become familiar with one another.
The amount of experience individuals have working with one another can
influence how a group performs From Hidden Benefits of Intact team- Chen has
never worked with the new CEO b
Why do we need happy people
to fight? Using conflict
What did we cover last
Challenges associated with giving and receiving
Best practices around giving feedback
Skill practice: active listening
Receiving guidance is often seen as the passive consumption of wisdom- in the
real world dont wait until people to
Those who are truly open to guidance develop better solutions to problems than
they would have on their own.- it is hard for you to know ev
The Tweaker - The New Yorker
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ANNALS OF TECHNOLOGY NOVEMBER 14, 2011 ISSUE
By Malcolm Gladwell
ot long after Steve Jobs
Jobss sensibility was more editorial than inventive.
Ill know it when I
How do we make Good Decisions?
COM 321 Leading People and Organizations I
Fall 2016 Course Outline
Please check the course website frequently for updates and course changes.
Tuesday and Thursdays
David Strong Building
Section A03: 8:30-10 in room 112
Finding Meaning in Work
Fostering Organizational Contexts where people excel
What Makes Us Feel Good About Our Work?
How do we Ensure that we Thrive in our Work Place?
Leading and Living with Purpose
3 Aspects of Success
What makes a Good Leader?
The secret coach - Jul. 21, 2008
The secret coach
A guru to Apple and Google, Bill Campbell is the most confidential
advisor in Silicon Valley. How a former college football coach is shaping
the character of an industry.
By Jennifer Reingold, senior write