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Ask most people what they love or loath about their boss, they will tell you that there is either a great deal of trust with that person or no trust at all. Building trust is the foundation of building high performing teams. Pat Lencioni in his book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team states that […]
Time Magazine published an interesting article about the benefits of crying at work. This article got our attention as one of the questions we often get asked in our Difficult Conversations programs is “how do you handle it when an employee cries?” Research conducted by Anne Kreamer for her 2011 book called It’s Always Personal: Navigating Emotion in […]