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November 17, 2022 |
Even among professional athletes who have an intense, lifelong passion for the sports they are paid immense sums of money to play, burnout is a threat. It is essential to recognize when our energy and motivation levels are approaching critical and to then know and execute what it will take to restore them.
November 15, 2022 |
What can we do to keep the four fears discussed in last week’s Tilt Tuesday article in check to preserve generativity?  This article discusses three fear-reducing strategies that are useful to individuals and team leaders.
November 09, 2022 |
Whether you are an individual or team leader, it is important to establish an innovation strategy plan that allows you to stay agile and keep up with fast changing environments.
November 08, 2022 |
Like most good things in life, generativity is not a given. Generativity is an outcome of flow that we all have the potential to experience and it necessitates a transcendence of self-interest in favor of the purpose or mission of the team. 
November 04, 2022 |
Generativity is the ultimate outcome produced by leaders when they reach their most evolved psycho-social development stage, and it is what some scholars refer to as “servant leadership”.
November 01, 2022 |
Generativity is an outcome of flow that we all have the potential to experience, but it’s important to invest time and practice working with one another in service to the mission. Doing so repeatedly improves the chances that generativity will result from team effort.
October 27, 2022 |
After significantly shortening the Team Agility Predictor earlier this year, we conducted a thorough analysis of it to assess the degree of evidence for validity and reliability. This blog describes those findings and efforts in accessible language.
October 25, 2022 |
No team is perfect, but every team has the potential to overcome shortcomings and produce high-quality work.  Whom, then, should they look to if they need help optimizing the team mindset and identity?  This is where team leaders who can skillfully embody the coach role become relevant. 
October 18, 2022 |
It’s readily apparent that it’s more difficult to work with a team of strangers than it is to work in a team that has pre-existed for months or years.  Why is this?  One line of thought is that a pre-existing team is comprised of members who have gradually grown to understand each other’s working patterns, triggers, emotional tendencies, and overall personalities
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