Why does your team exist? Do you know? Would your understanding be the same as each of your colleagues in your team? If a new member of your team joined, would they get the same reply from each team member they asked? 566 more words
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- You don’t have to agree with people, but you have to understand them.
- Words are culturally interpreted, not by their face values; therefore, bear different meanings and impact on different people. 183 more words
I’m starting a “Lessons In Leadership” series. These are real lessons I’ve learned starting out as a leader in the Canadian Armed Forces. As I reflect back, I think of all the mistakes and errors I’ve made, the way only time and experience can truly illustrate how naive I really was.The best part is, most of these lessons were actually taught to me in some briefing or lecture before I learned them the hard way. 565 more words
The leadership function when leading team is traditionally seen as a 1 person show. I would like to propose something slightly different….
What I’m getting at is the concept of the Command Team. 352 more words
There is a notion that people shouldn’t question their leader’s direction. Questioning direction has been viewed as not being a team layer, undermining, or having a bad attitude. 1,025 more words