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Do You Know: What Does Your Mission Statement Tell About Your Team?

The Mission Statement is one of the foundation documents we work with organizations and teams to develop. This document establishes the direction in which the group wants to move and the process it intends to use to get there. We … Continue reading

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What Would Your Employees Say About Your Employee Engagement Teams?

Last week, the blog dealt with assessing your employee engagement teams and Labor-Management Committee. I asked what a visitor to your meetings would observe. This week, I want to consider another assessment. Suppose I came into your workplace and began … Continue reading

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Effective Meetings Require A Single Agenda

When we begin our work with a labor-management committee we like to attend a meeting to observe how they operate. We like to see agendas and minutes (if they exist), and watch the members’ interactions and level of cooperation. On … Continue reading

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