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3 Signs You Need to Show More Support When Presenting Ideas

By | Posted Apr 23, 2013 | 1 Comment

When presenting an idea to the team you shouldn’t voice an opinion until your team has had a chance to express their point of view. Otherwise you can limit conversation and valuable feedback from team members. A big exception to that is when you are unrolling a strategic initiative. How do you know whether you should speak up? Here are three tips for determining whether to frame a new idea when introducing it to the team…

women in business

Ask AMA: How Women Succeed in Competitive Business Environments

By | Posted Apr 9, 2013

You asked and we answered. In the Webcast How Women Succeed in Competitive Business Environments, there were some questions we didn’t […]

How Do You Stimulate Creative Teams and Increase Innovation?

By | Posted Apr 3, 2013 | 6 Comments

AMA Playbook asked Paul Falcone and Lina Echeverría: how do you lead creative teams? How do you unleash innovation? According to Paul Falcone, former VP of Employee Relations at Time Warner Cable in Los Angeles and was formerly Vice President of Human Resources at Nickelodeon…

dealing with difficult people

Deal With Difficult People in 10 Steps

By | Posted Mar 28, 2013 | 1 Comment

Stress and emotional overload—two emotions that are common when dealing with difficult people. Don’t let them push your buttons. You need to prepare yourself before the encounter.

Dig Deep Using the 3 Kinds of Open Questions

By | Posted Mar 22, 2013 | 1 Comment

Open questions are used to gather facts about the work, learn about your employees’ process skills and approaches to the tasks, discover what motivates and is important to them, and get a more well-rounded picture of events by listening to their sides of the story.

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