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Coaching Your Executive Team (Silos - Part 2)

In my previous post about breaking down silos  I wrote of the importance of seeing the executive team you are a part of as the priority team (Team #1) over the team you are actually… 812 more words


Does Your Team Have a Rulebook?

You’re a manager who is a firm believer in “Team Work” and all of the effort that goes into creating a winning team. But, what if one of your team players is more of a cheerleader or finds excitement in passing out the water bottles while the rest of their team fights hard to win the game? 475 more words

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📌 Throwing in the Towel

Have you ever felt like throwing in the towel?

I did.

While working on a prior project, I was part of a large team of corporate trainers and instructional designers.   681 more words

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Talks for Entrepreneurs with Dana Stalder of Matrix Partners

Over the past few years I’ve been fortunate to get to know and incredible business leader and mentor in Dana Stalder @ Matrix Partners. He’s seen a lot in his years as a business leader and VC, including working with great companies like Netscape, Paypal, Zendesk, Hubspot as well as a crop of up and coming companies like Lever. 111 more words


How to Construct a SaaS Sales Machine

Every company needs to face this question multiple times in their life cycle: What is the best way to maximize our growth and how should we build a sales department to capitalize on our market potential? 1,476 more words


Breaking Down Silos - Team # 1

While still a consultant, for 15 years I was simultaneously part of a pastoral team at a New York City-based Church. In my capacity I managed a few ministry departments over the years. 820 more words


5 Ways to Fortify and Energize Teams

After one of my first posts an ex colleague of mine, Cam Hardaway, sent a thoughtful question in response. He asked: “In your experience as an IC and people manager, can you elaborate on what tends to energize and create happiness for the people around you? 879 more words