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Creating Clarity

Improving our organizational health

Lee Ann Balta

on 23 October 2012

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Transcript of Creating Clarity

5 Dysfunctions of a Team Let's go deeper with profiles Discipline 2: Create Clarity Healthy organizations minimize the potential for confusion by clarifying... Discipline 3: Over-Communicate Clarity Healthy organizations align their employees around organizational clarity by communicating key messages through... Discipline 1: Build a Cohesive Leadership Team The Price of Poor Health... dysfunction, confusion, fear, bureaucracy, poor service, wasted resources and time, decreased productivity, frustration, high turnover, customer attrition... Understanding Organizational Health Health Begets - and Trumps - Intelligence.
And, it has a Multiplier Effect!!!! Discipline 4: Reinforce Clarity Organizations sustain their health by ensuring consistency in... Cohesive teams build trust, eliminate politics, and increase efficiency by... Knowing one another's unique strengths and weaknesses
Openly engaging in constructive ideological conflict
Holding one another accountable for behaviors and actions
Committing to group decisions ■Why do we exist?
■How do we behave?
■What do we do?
■How will we succeed?
■What is most important, right now?
■Who must do what? Repetition: Don't be afraid to repeat the same message, again and again
Simplicity: The more complicated the message, the more potential for confusion and inconsistency
Multiple mediums: People react to information in many ways; use a variety of mediums
Cascading messages: Leaders communicate key messages to direct reports; the cycle repeats itself until the message is heard by all ■Hiring
■Managing performance
■Rewards and recognition
■Employee dismissal This is where Stephanie can strengthen our team! This is where Rae, our Public Relations Consultant, comes in! Activities: Let's explore our meetings.... Activities: Activities: Activities: Patrick on core values:
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