Tags: Teams


There's much more to "dіvеrsіtу" than gender and color of someone's skin.
Great leaders use each change, challenge and controversy as learning and teachable moments.
Building a culture of trust and motivation is a two-way street that depends on communication.
“The first difficult conversation you need to have is with yourself, the same way you would with your team,” Stacie Behler, group vice president of public affairs and communication, Meijer Inc., told NEW Leadership Academy participants.
“Great teamwork is impossible without great listening,” Kate Nau, senior vice president, finance and corporate treasurer at The Schwan Food Company, told more than 250 online NEW Leadership Academy attendees, Oct. 6, 2016.
 If your team members are not as productive, motivated or satisfied as you'd like them to be, it's time to do something about it. Teams require routine maintenance.
We all want diverse teams. That’s a given.