If you’ve played competitive sports you experienced the thrill of your teams victories, perhaps even the excitement of winning a game you had no right to given your team’s talent level. In Alignment – How Will 2012 Play Out for You? I shared my experience playing basketball at a small school in Princeton, Wisconsin, and the need for your teammates to be aligned on your priority.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
You’re clear on your One Thing. You feel there’s some traction in your leadership team, yet something seems amiss in your weekly meeting rhythm meetings. The meetings are sedate, absent excitement, conflict and drama that you feel might exemplify a team grinding together to get things done. Is this good or bad?