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Today, we start with what I believe to be the most powerful rule for engaging a team. “You Must Have A Common Purpose.” This rule applies if you are running a team or even a facilitator trying to build a team in a workshop or a team meeting. If you focus your energy...read more
“You have permission...” Perhaps one of the most overlooked motivators that rarely gets taken advantage of to move people to action. Permission. It is introduced in our lives quite innocently as a tool of protection. As a child, it appears as though your...read more
In our last post, we talked about the issue that organizations tend to avoid risk taking. Today we will offer 3 Strategies to help mitigate some of those risks so you can work at a high performing level. Create a Coaching Culture Imagine an environment...read more
Stop Stigmatizing Failure Elon Musk announced today that the best thing for the success of Tesla is to take the company private. I could not agree more. Read the Wall Street Journal Report You may recall the famous Ted Talk by Sir Ken Robinson on the state...read more
Lesson Learned On September 4th, 2016, Kevin Harvick took the lead early at Darlington Motor Speedway for the 300 lap race. Harvick would lead 214 of those laps until a pit stop changed the course of the race. His pit crew made a critical error costing...read more
Ready? Let's GO! In this blog, we will cover topics related to high performing cultures, agility, and many other topics without forgetting our roots in the Pit Crew Challenge Experience. We plan to show you ideas and themes to keep you engaged in the...read more