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Leadership Can Be Learned, Gilmore Crosby’s new book, is out!

The following is excerpted with permission: Introduction Despite all that has been written on the subject, the premise of this book is that leadership is poorly understood because human systems are poorly under- stood. Like the paradigms of old, which … Continue reading

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Tuckman Revisited (Again)

I’ve always found Tuckman’s model of group development (form, storm, norm and perform) useful in understanding group dynamics. As with any individual, group or cultural awareness, if you are unaware you are more likely to be swept along in predictable and counter-productive reactions; … Continue reading

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Navigating Tuckman’s Stages: Leading Groups from Forming to High Performing post #2

Continued from an earlier blog entry: Stage One – Inclusive Forming Even if you all know each other you still must form as a group. There is no skipping stage one, though of course if you’ve worked together often and … Continue reading

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