How to Get the Feedback You Need – HBR

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You know you need feedback to learn and grow, yet most people are not good at asking for it.

While receiving feedback can be “a stressful experience,” here are some great ideas about specifically how and why we should request it more often:

How to Get the Feedback You Need – HBR.

The secret ingredient that makes some teams better than others | ideas.ted.com

Margaret-Heffernan[1]
“It’s the mortar, not just the bricks, that makes a building strong. The mortar, in a strong team, is social capital: mutual reliance, an underlying sense of connectedness that builds trust.”
Margaret Heffernan

Here’s something amazing from Margaret Heffernan, who is widely regarded as one of the most successful women business leaders in the world.

Essay: The secret ingredient that makes some teams stronger than others

The secret ingredient that makes some teams better than others | ideas.ted.com.

Here also is a link to my previous interview with her on my radio show, “The Leadership Focus.”

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/the-leadership-focus-radio-show/2011/03/02/women-in-leadership-series-a-different-take-on-leadership-today-with-margaret-heffernan

A Story from Google Shows You Don’t Need Power to Drive Strategy – HBR

Teamwork in the office
A Story from Google Shows You Don’t Need Power to Drive Strategy – HBR.

A great article about positioning from within the organization for power, regardless of formal position or title.