Posts Tagged ‘team communication’
The Courage To Be A Team Player
Being a fully effective team member requires that we find ways to contribute our whole selves to the betterment of our team. This means contributing not just our qualifications but our life experience, our strengths and our viewpoints. These are the soft skills we bring that allow us to operate our qualifications in a meaningful…Read More
Are You A Group Or A Team?
One of the most valuable mindsets that aviation trains for is known as maintaining The Big Picture. This means maintaining full perspective on everything that’s happening around us, how it fits together, and how all the moving parts may affect each other and our progress. This situational awareness comes from cultivating an overlap of knowledge…Read More
#4 The Challenges of Leadership – Leading A Team
In our 6-part series on the 6 Common Challenges of Leadership, based on a white paper by William A. Gentry, Regina H. Eckert, Sarah A. Stawiski, and Sophia Zhao, our 4th challenge is Leading a Team. So far, we’ve looked at Developing Managerial Effectiveness, Inspiring Others, and Developing Employees – all of which play their…Read More
PAUSE – and read this.
I’m often asked which, of all the Communication Tools I teach, is my favourite, and if there’s one that I couldn’t do without, it’s The Pause. There are poems written about taking time to smell the roses etc, and I’m all for finding those moments to be present and appreciative of the world as it…Read More