Bringing in a new team leader

You have to bring in someone new to lead the project team.Now, you need to explain what is happening to the team. You don’t want to paint the old leader in a negative light – you know there are loyalties. But you do want them to accept the change and the new leader. What can you do?Here are some tips.

Life Cycle Leadership

Team behavior theory ( Tuckman) and leadership theories (Hershey and Blanchard, Adair) can be brought together to into a simple model to show how different Leadership styles are required across the life cycle of an activity.

Managing Team Performance: Tuckman Part 4

Lead your group through the stages to achieve a good result. In Stage 4, the group are high-performing, motivated and achieve effective and satisfying results.

Creating a Sense of Urgency

Kotter model of leading change – Step One is to create a sense of urgency. This is what it means.

Team Work – bringing in a new team leader.

You have to bring in someone new to lead the project team.Now, you need to explain what is happening to the team. You don’t want to paint the old leader in a negative light – you know there are loyalties. But you do want them to accept the change and the new leader. What can you do?Here are some tips.

For Your BookShelf – Project Management Demystified By Geoff Reiss

Project Management Demystified By Geoff Reiss ‘If you are new or relatively new to project management and you plan to have one book … this is the one you should have.’ – Martin Barnes, President of the Association of Project Management Project management – if you are new to the subject, this book should be […]

Team Work; Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing and Adjourning. Part 4 – Managing the Performing Stage

Lead your group through the stages to achieve a good result. In Stage 4, the group are high-performing, motivated and achieve effective and satisfying results.

Turn, turn, turn! Knowing when to leave

All things change and time moves on even for corporate leaders. There are clear signs when we should go but sometimes we ignore them.