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Frequently, the reason your team's or organization's performance isn't where you want it to be can be attributed to how you show up.
Chris discusses his passion - bringing positive change to the world of work by equipping leaders to make their organizations better.
Chris demonstrates two ways in dealing with fighting team members. How would you handle this situation?
Often, efficiency and quality can seem as though they are working against each other. The latest bad advisor/good advisor video tackles this problem.
Will you go the way of the bad advisor or will you use the one simple tool the good advisor gives you to get efficiency and quality to work together?
To learn more about the tool presented in the video, check out Chris' book, Ripple.
Sometimes new isn't always better. If an employee is constantly bringing up unrelated issues or ideas that are beyond the scope of resources, it can distract your team from the shared goal. Ripple master, Chris Hutchinson, presents two approaches in dealing with the situation. Will you choose the dark side or the way of a Ripple master?
You have an employee who is constantly messing up and costing your company customers. What do you do? Do you go to the dark side or use the tools of a Ripple master?
With Chris recovering well from his recent eye surgery, we decided to have some fun with his eye. Meet "bad advisor" and "good advisor." Will you join the dark side or become a Ripple Master?
Many teams strive for total team agreement. We examine whether that is ultimately helpful.
Think back to when you joined your organization. Did anyone ever use this statement? Chris offers some insight as to what a statement like, "what could get you into trouble around here..." could mean.
A recent study suggested that 95% of employees believe the organizational culture needed to change. Chris offers some thoughts to help team members discern if culture change is needed.