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This team activity allows you to creatively demonstrate the power of a collective vision. It works with any size group and requires about 5 minutes. You will need easel paper and a marking pen.

The objective of this team activity is to creatively demonstrate the importance of teamwork. Group teams of 4 to 8 people are optimal and the exercise will take 30 minutes.

This isn’t about me. It’s about YOU. It starts with YOU. It ends with YOU. Intrigued yet? Branding expert and leading authority on the science of fascination, Sally Hogshead, is launching her new book How the World Sees You on July 1. … Continue reading

Feedback to an employee is like fuel for a race car. It is not just helpful; it is absolutely necessary for development, engagement and improving performance. But, remember, feedback and praise are not the same. “Wow, you did a great … Continue reading

The Fall Extraordinary Team newsletter is now available! Updated format (no longer html – we have gone back to pdf) and you can access it in full color or grayscale/black & white.

A few months ago, I was facilitating a breakout session to a two-day national conference that started the event with a panel discussion.  It was an interesting choice as most conferences start with something sizzling, dazzling, entertaining and well as … Continue reading

This is an innovative activity with a structured opportunity for groups to experience competition and opportunities for cooperation and collaboration between functional organizations. The exercise works well with 4 groups of equal size in a space large enough for each … Continue reading

While doing some long overdue work around the house this past week, I encountered a breakdown with a piece of equipment I was using. Wanting to get the work completed as soon as possible, I made some calls and searched … Continue reading