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The Commitment to Continual Improvement

April 1, 2013

If you’ve had a cold or perhaps the flu, the doctor may have prescribed an antibiotic in which you were to take two dosages, twice a day, for 10 days.

How many of you actually took the two dosages, twice a day, for 10 days?

If you were like me, there is a greater possibility that you took the two dosages for several days began feeling better and the remaining dosages can still be found in your medicine cabinet two years later. Afterall, we began feeling better, we saw improvement and decided we didn’t need the remaining medicine.

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Can We Teach Accountability?

January 15, 2013

Accepting responsibility for our actions seems almost novel.

The idea of accepting personal responsibility for our own actions, while not new, sometimes seems almost novel. On any given day we hear in the news of another event in which someone faults others for personal mishaps. Afterall, there is great comfort in holding someone responsible other than ourselves for the bad things that happen in our lives.

As for developing more accountable employees in organizations, To some great extent, as organizations we created our own challenge. For the greater part of the 20th century, corporations nurtured a parental relationship Continue reading

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Top 6 Signs Your Team Lacks Trust

August 15, 2012
  1. Finger pointing. ( And I’m not making reference to any profane middle finger pointing).  Rather an instinct to blame others.  Many times it can occur on a macro level  – it wasn’t us it was Accounting, or Shipping, or Marketing, or Operations.  “It was Sales that promised we could deliver with 2 hours!”.
  2. Team members start looking out for themselves and “me” becomes the accepted motivator over “we”. 
  3. Lack of confidence.  When a commitment is made to read a report, return a phone call, respond to an email or attend a meeting – Continue reading
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