Our work with leadership teams is based on a simple but powerful idea: How you think drives your behavior and your results.
Take this survey to see what may be at the heart of your team’s challenges.
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My team members seem reluctant to share information if it doesn’t support what they want to do.
My team members give specific examples to make clear what they are saying.
My team members openly acknowledge when they don’t know something.
My team members avoid raising difficult or uncomfortable topics or beat around the bush when raising them.
My team members seem to ask questions to make a point rather than to learn what other members think.
My team members ask for feedback regarding flaws in their thinking.
My team members ask how they may have contributed to a problem.
My team members seem more interested in getting their ideas implemented than in hearing others’ views.
My team members provide enough information for other members to make good decisions.
When my team members are meeting, they get input from each other on the purpose of the meeting and how to move through the agenda.
I think team members assume things about other team without asking them about it.
My team members find out what other members know about a situation before making a decision that would affect them.
My team members willingly volunteer that they have made a mistake.
My team members ask other members to let them know when they are not doing what they said they would do.
My team members explain why they did not act on my suggestions.
My team members tend to handle differences of opinion privately or off-line, rather than addressing them directly as a group.
My team members get all the information instead of jumping to conclusions.
My team members get defensive when other team members give them feedback.
My team members seem to question each others’ motives when someone disagrees with them.
My team members view others’ mistakes as sins to be punished rather than as opportunities to learn.