Monthly Archives: February 2014

You Know About BATNA, How About BATEE?

When preparing for collective bargaining, it is important for both sides to recognize it may not be possible to reach an agreement even though they are negotiating in good faith. Each must consider their best alternative to a negotiated agreement, … Continue reading

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How Does Your Organization Share Information?

Information is one of the most valuable commodities in any organization. It is critical to ongoing success and growth. It enables us to understand the present and plan for the future. Unfortunately, it is often treated as a secret. We … Continue reading

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Think performance reviews motivate employees? Think again.

An interesting article was published in The Washington Post a couple of weeks ago about employee performance reviews confirmed something I’ve believed – Performance reviews serve to demotivate employees, not encourage them to improve. As someone who has had to … Continue reading

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Sustaining Change in Your Organization

Have you even been part of a team that spent time and effort resolving a problem only to see their changes lost over time? The old problems return, and the outcome may be worse. Team members become frustrated when their … Continue reading

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