This has been a busy year on the Leading Teams blog with over 70 posts shared. We’ve taken a look back at the most read articles of the year; read on for the top five of 2017…
5. Counterproductive Behaviour: Address It or Avoid It?
When you see counterproductive behaviours in your team, do you address them or avoid them? Tim Ferguson asked the thorny question.
Is addressing counterproductive behaviour a career-limiting move in your team? Tim Ferguson says it shouldn’t be https://t.co/1pZG4ZbLWq
— Leading Teams (@LeadingTeams) October 30, 2017
4. Resilience: The Australian Leader’s Most Powerful Tool
Daniel Healy reflects on lessons in resilience learnt in his footy days from none other than Ray McLean.
— Leading Teams (@LeadingTeams) July 9, 2017
3. The Different Levels of Relationships
Have you ever tried to categorise your relationships at work? You might be surprised when you do.
— Leading Teams (@LeadingTeams) August 23, 2017
2. Character vs. Competence: Which Would You Choose?
What are you looking for in a leader – excellent technical skills or the ability to inspire and motivate?
Trust, respect, and how we judge people https://t.co/wINWbZcIQ7
— Leading Teams (@LeadingTeams) January 10, 2017
And finally, the most-read piece of the year…
1. My Highlight of the Crows-GWS Final Happened Off-Field
Facilitator Daniel Healy looks back at the AFL finals to a pivotal moment for him that had nothing to do with footy.
— Leading Teams (@LeadingTeams) September 15, 2017
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