collaboration

Posts Tagged collaboration

 

 

As an organizational psychologist, I’m curious about the role of leaders in a virtual work world with uncertain futures. Leaders are looked to for guidance during these uncharted times, but assuming we have to revert to command-and-control leadership to get everything done is wrong. Collaborative leadership is desperately needed at this moment in history.   

Why Collaborative Leadership?

April 29, 2020

 

Almost overnight, our work lives have been dramatically altered, with businesses announcing mandatory telecommuting during COVID-19. It has been amazing to see the corporate leadership surrounding this and people coming together to fight the pandemic, so the work-life disruption is a small price to pay. While those of us able to work from home are certainly blessed to have that option, it has led to new realities.

April 1, 2020
 
 

Research shows that 90 percent of what we perceive about our world is absorbed visually. And, visual perceptions greatly influence our overall impression of our surroundings. That’s why a company’s physical environment is so important to get right.

July 31, 2017

 

I have had a mentor for nearly 20 years and, while I moved nearly 1,000 miles away from him about two years into our mentoring relationship, we continued.

We didn’t do this by flying back and forth; we used collaborative technology.

August 26, 2016

 

Cloud, mobile, and flexible all equal a collaborative way to work.

September 11, 2015

Companies perform better, have better employee engagement and experience higher degrees of productivity if their chief human resource officers (CHRO) and chief financial officers (CFO) have strong relationships.

According to the report The CFO & HR: Partnering for Performance, by Ernst & Young (EY), 80 percent of CFOs and CHROs say improving their working relationship led to the following accomplishments:

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June 3, 2014

On the reality TV series “The Amazing Race” teams of of two people compete in a race around the world as they battle to arrive first at specific destinations and hope to avoid elimination from the competition by completing tasks that test their strength logic, courage and ability to negotiate.

February 24, 2014