One of my sons acquired a new Flip MinoHD digital camcorder just before Thanksgiving. This gave all the family ample opportunity to appear in living color and HD. And, as I watched myself later on the video, I realized that what others were seeing was not what I necessarily expected or, in many cases, wanted them to see.
For over two decades William Bridges has helped organizations and individuals deal more effectively with change. Today’s Tuesday Reading is a short piece by Bridges – “Reorientation + Renewal = Revitalization” <http://tinyurl.com/yet24s4> (download) – which focuses on how to revitalize a team after it goes through a difficult time of change.
Bridges focuses on teams which fall into any one of three natural groupings-
1. A team that is not able to let go the past.
Having heard a number of people talk about "leading-up, I decided to do a Google search on the words. This led to far more references than I had time to explore. However, I found one -- "Leading Up" The Art of Managing Your Boss" a review of Michael Useem's 2001 book, "Leading Up: How To Lead Your Boss So You Both Win" -- that is very helpful.