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Motivating the Silent but Valuable Team Member

Motivating the Silent but Valuable Team Member

The most important feature for any discussion is their view of the “quality” of the solution. This evidence-based person is always learning, which creates a slow-cautious decision-making process. They always feel as though they never have all the information needed to make the decision. This is the main reason they keep quiet.

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A little bit of summer…

A little bit of summer…

“One must maintain a little bit of summer, even in the middle of winter.” – Henry David Thoreau As a young man, I spent countless hours commuting to and from…

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Differential equations and problem statements?

Differential equations and problem statements?

  In mathematics, a differential equation is an equation that relates one or more functions and their derivatives. In applications, the functions generally represent physical quantities, the derivatives represent their…

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The Dynamics of High Performing Teams

The Dynamics of High Performing Teams

We enhance the performance of individuals and teams. Most know us in pharma and biotechnology; however, our work has allowed us to engage teams within a diverse group of industries,…

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Responsible or Accountable?

Responsible or Accountable?

So we have all been down this road, maybe more than a few times. Maybe, just this week. How do you avoid ambiguity? For the new or seasoned leader, we…

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