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Remove the Armor to Build Team Trust

By Ed Franzone / April 7, 2017

In this video blog, I describe team trust and answer three questions.  What is team trust?  Why is it important? and How can you develop it? View a sample Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team report.  Click here to download.   

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Is Your Team a Working Group or an Interdependent Team?

By Ed Franzone / March 22, 2017

Welcome to the first video in a five part series about how to build a winning team.  In this video, I discuss the differences between a working group and a team, and introduce The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team model.

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How to Create a Team Culture of Innovation

By Ed Franzone / March 31, 2016

Fast Company recently published its annual list of the world’s 50 most innovative companies. While there are new additions to the list that have cool new products and/or business models, there are companies that appear on this list year after year – companies such as Amazon, Facebook and Apple.  It is remarkable how certain companies, particularly large complex organizations, are able to create and sustain cultures that foster innovation over the long…

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4 Easy Ways to Develop a Sense of Gratitude

By Ed Franzone / December 31, 2015

Psychological research has consistently shown a positive correlation between gratitude, good health and personal satisfaction in life.  In this post, I will describe four easy ways to develop a sense of gratitude and ask you to consider taking on a gratitude challenge in the coming year. Write in a Gratitude Journal Write in a weekly journal about things for which you are grateful.  This could include just one sentence on…

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The Secret to Raising Employee Engagement

By Ed Franzone / October 6, 2015

Early in my career, I recall a senior executive who told a story of how he saw a company employee on the soccer field on a Saturday morning.  She was cheering from the sidelines with a passion he had never seen from her at work.  He asked himself, “How can I get that person to show up at work on Monday morning rather than the person I typically see going…

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