The Key To Controlling Your Virtual Team

If you lead a virtual team – a group of workers that’s geographically dispersed – you probably worry about what work they’re actually doing. Almost half of remote professionals list that lack of visibility as a top concern. Maybe you wish you had more visibility, and more control. It is possible to use technology to generate…

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Words To Listen Out For

In his book Trust Me, I’m The Patient, Philip Harland has an interesting list of words to listen out for when facilitating somebody using Clean Language questions. Philip’s work, and the frame for his book, is psychotherapy – and while that’s where Clean Language originally comes from, that’s definitely not my world. But most of his…

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