E is for exceptional, excellence, emotional intelligence. Read Teams365 #1070 - Team Development Activities – E is for Exceptional here.
Other posts on building emotional intelligence here.
F is for fair, frank, focused.
In team development, one of my favorite travelling tools is to pack a roll of tin foil or aluminum foil. This can be used for a number of team development activities including foil modelling by a team of their vision, next steps etc. Creating a model that they can take back to the office is a great reminder of commitments and their focus. Read my Teams365 post on foil modelling here.
Check out these posts on the Leadership A – Z on F here.
G is for goals, gratitude and also the GROW model of coaching. Take a look at this post around the Leadership A – Z of G here.
For leaders working on Authenticity you may want to check out this other “G” post where I share some resources around being genuine here.
And finally, H is for Habits.
In an era of ongoing change and uncertainty, habits play an even more critical role. Habits are things that we have typically done so consistently that they become second-nature and automated. This means that we often don’t need to think about doing them as much, freeing us up to look at and consider other things. When teams are virtual, habits also play a critical role in creating consistency across the team. It’s an important part of culture.
Check out Teams365 #323 for H is for Habits here.
I’ve written a lot about habits and you can find other posts here.
Enjoy your Tuesday,