In this deeply moving and profound podcast, Jayson Gaddis, Founder of the Relationship School®, interviews Lloyd Fickett about the personal and professional applications of The Collaborative Way®.
When you’re centered, you’re more effective in your practice of The Collaborative Way and you are more effective as a leader. Here’s a tip to re-gain your center when you get thrown off.
What makes The Collaborative Way® so powerful? It’s not the normal way people relate with each other at work. It’s also not the normal approach that companies take on to develop their people and build the level of teamwork necessary to achieve the company’s goals.
Gwyneth Paltrow and her team at goop practice The Collaborative Way®. In fact, they love it so much they interviewed Lloyd and wrote and published an article on their website.
We all make mistakes. However, we hold a double standard – we judge other people’s mistakes differently than we judge our own. Being blind to this double standard is detrimental to effective team work and will negatively impact your ability to lead. Read this article to to understand how assuming positive intent is a powerful leadership move.
If you are committed to your organization’s success then you must “lead up”. If you are not leading up, you are falling short in your practice of The Collaborative Way®. At the bare minimum, when you don’t lead up you’re failing to speak up, an essential part of “Speaking Straight”. In addition, your failure to lead up often contributes to missed opportunities, breakdowns and failures in your company. Read this article for 3 Keys to successfully influence leadership.