by Teri Johnson | Mar 22, 2020 | Blog
We’ve heard from a lot of leaders and managers this week who are struggling with the shift to meeting virtually. They ask, “How can I keep people engaged and lighthearted when they are feeling so anxious and disconnected?” and “What can we do to make this be as fun and painless as possible?”
by Teri Johnson | Mar 2, 2020 | Blog
One question I get frequently from newly promoted managers and leaders is how to give constructive feedback in their reviews. We’ve all had the kind of reviews that create a knot in the stomach, or sweaty palms—whether you are the recipient or the one delivering.
by Teri Johnson | Feb 5, 2020 | Blog
What are your go-to strategies to maintain resilience when events demand extended schedules over several days or more? In conversations with executives and friends lately, this idea has been surfacing frequently. We are trying to cram more…
by Teri Johnson | Oct 24, 2019 | Blog
As you think about the teams you are part of, do you recognize the conflict avoiders—those who find a way to leave meetings when the conversation gets a little heated? How about those who are overly accommodating…
by Teri Johnson | Sep 21, 2019 | Blog
A friend and colleague had a productivity training event in my area, and we decided to reconnect over dinner last night, with her staying over before her flight out this morning. When I asked her about what was on the attendees’ minds most, what they were struggling with, she looked sad.