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For Everything DiSC® Facilitators: Adapting Your Facilitation Approach Based on Participant Style

As facilitators we know the power of peer-to-peer learning and the power of participation from learners to enhance the effectiveness of our sessions. And as Everything DiSC® facilitators we know

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Meetings: The Petri Dish of Company Culture

Benjamin Franklin famously said nothing in this world is certain except death and taxes. However, the average American worker would probably add meetings to that list. Research reveals that corporate executives

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Strategic Team Building: The Missing Ingredient in Strategic Planning

A colleague of mine once worked for a small organization that underwent a leadership transition. The new leader wanted to develop a brand new 10-year strategic plan. He summoned nearly

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For Everything DiSC® Facilitators: Addressing Pigeonholing, Labeling and Using DiSC® to Excuse Bad Behavior

The Everything DiSC Model is very useful for improving communication, dealing with conflict, improving emotional intelligence and developing an appreciation for the value of differing styles and perspectives. However, as

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Don’t Let Your Amygdala Dictate Your Leadership Style

As we mentioned in a recent post, emotional intelligence is not only real, but having a high level of it is important for successful leadership. Today we will talk more about

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Which Is More Important: Emotional Intelligence or IQ?

Do you believe some people are just born successful leaders? Or do you think effective leadership is a skill that can actually be acquired? Most of all, do you think

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For Every Action, Is Your Reaction Productive?

We have thought about consequences to our actions, but have we thought about consequences to our reactions? After all, it is not really about what happens to you, but how

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Where Does Your Team Fall on the Conflict Continuum?

When prompted with the idea of productive conflict, many organizations and teams become wary. They ask, “how can conflict be productive and how do we make sure it doesn’t get

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Reframing Those Negative Thoughts That Lead to Destructive Conflict

The strongest, most connected and productive teams have the courage to push the envelope and engage in conflict that will ultimately make them better.   How Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict

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Exploring The Five Behaviors: Conflict

The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team ™, based on the Five Dysfunctions of a Team model developed by Patrick Lencioni, is a program designed to help teams learn how

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