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When delivering work for a company, you are a part of the cog, you are a piece of the delivery, you are a component of what someone is up at the front of the room with powerpoint in hand where they might call you out expand on a topic. When you are delivering for yourself, you are the engine, you are living the topic and you are calling yourself out each and every day. Want…

A void in leadership can demotivate a team from 100 to 0 in seconds. Where everyone is looking for an answer, a path, a direction, anything that they can follow as a guide, hearing nothing in return leaves you feeling stuck, lost and confused. So what do you do? Step 1, figure out what you can do. Step 2, do it. Step 3, bring people in to so they can become a part of what…

I made a joke on a meeting yesterday that between meetings, we could all take a moment and make a quick run to Tims for a coffee. There were a lot of groans. As some offices gear up for going back to the office the question many of us will be asking ourselves are – what are we going to take from this experience and keep using in our day today. To throw everything that…

I’ve been having this conversation with people over the last few weeks about Team Culture. What it takes to make it successful, what elements should go into it, who you should follow, etc, etc. There are a few core elements to this discussion but one that I always like to remind myself of – developing that team culture where everyone gets along, works together, does more together than apart, knows where each are weak, others…

It is okay to say to someone – you don’t need a summary for today’s meeting. Because you were there, in the moment, listening, taking feedback, asking questions, being a part of the conversation and listening to what everyone is saying. More than likely, you took your own notes. Summaries are for people who didn’t attend the meeting that need to know what was discussed. If you are leaving a meeting you just attended and…