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In this post, I review the answers to five important questions about psychological safety based on the findings from a comprehensive meta-analysis on the topic. Including what it is, why it’s important, and what we don’t yet understand about this important factor in team performance.
Trust and trustworthiness may be one of those things that we assume we understand, know how to do, and benefit from. But, do we? In this article, I’ll review research on the things we do as leaders to influence other’s trust in us, as well as how trust impacts team performance.
Before you kick off your next change effort make sure you have clear answers to these three questions. Your success may depend on it.
"Go big or go home" may be an increasingly popular goal setting philosophy, but does it work? In this post, we discuss recent research on stretch goals as well as alternative goal setting strategies and provide tips on how to identify which might work best for your situation.
Those of us involved in implementation understand intuitively how critical collective effort is for success. That said, as practitioners, we may not have a firm grounding in what it is, exactly, that helps or inhibits teamwork. If that's the case for you, read on! In this post, we highlight nine factors to consider when working to build an effective team.
Call them myths, wishful thinking, or ideas born from inexperience, either way there are beliefs that executives, managers and even some developing implementers have about implementation that can be major roadblocks to success.
Over the twenty years I’ve spent implementing organizational initiatives, I’ve uncovered a secret weapon for project success. Someone who asks great questions.
There is a growing body of evidence that how we implement a new practice, or program, affects the outcomes we see as a result. In other words, the way you do it, impacts what you get out of it. Implementation science offers methods that help us to better ensure we get the intended benefits from the new practices we adopt. In this post, I discuss three concepts from implementation science that I have found particularly useful.