This week’s blog post has been published in the Harvard Business Review. Click here to read it.
One of the most common complaints I hear from managers is, “I want to re-energize our team. We used to be cohesive and enjoy working together. Now everyone is focused on their own piece, and we’re so busy we hardly have time to talk with each other anymore.” Click here to continue reading at HBR….
Congrats on being featured by HBR. Big doings.
Thanks, David. I appreciate your good wishes. 🙂
Hi Jesse: LOVED this post and can see why it was published by Harvard Business Review. Kudos.
The importance of both understanding and knowing how to deal with team drift is critical, and your post/article is an important learning tool for managers and leaders.
Can we truly move forward when there is team drift? Worse yet, what is the progosis when team drift is rampant and we do not recognize the signs of same? Does recognizing team drift demand high EQ/EI skills-yes; however the most important start to seeing and finding solutions to team drift that compel success begins with awareness.
Your article provides important information, creating awareness and steps forward that are importnat. Your book, Full Steam Ahead is also a MUST read for all managers and leaders both in respect to the success of their careers and their lives.
Thank you for your wisdom, and for making a positive difference at a critical time when the ability to manage and lead in the face of change while keeping aligned by the vision, the shared vision that anchors success is so critical.
Very best! Irene
Thanks for your kind words, Irene, and for sharing your own wisdom here.