"You are a very good facilitator and guide through the DiSC processes. I completely agree that too much kindness by an S type Agent pattern could become a weakness. Thank you for catching this early in my managing career and what a difference it is going to make. I owe you."
Howard Rice Nemerovski Canady Falk & Rabkin
Teams must pay attention to outcome-based results, and ensure all members are doing their part.
Teams that hold each other accountable are more productive & successful.
Commitment from team members is one of the building blocks of effective teams.
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(posted: May 12th, 2009)
During good economic times, it's much easier for employees to feel good about their company.
When bonuses are plentiful and corporate retreats don't consist of just the conversations around the water cooler. Some companies are keeping up the goodwill even during the recession and amidst layoffs.
The San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal recently published their sixth annual edition of our Best Places to Work in the Bay Area. There are many lessons to be learned by examining how some of the best companies have nurtured productive, happy employees. I wanted to share a few of them with you.
Great business leaders understand that even the most trying economic times don't diminish the importance of creating a positive work environment.
Let me know.