The responsibility of helping people pursue a common goal creates constant opportunities for uncertainty and self-reflection.
In a team built on trust, team members are deliberate to understand the intention of others before judging their actions.
The increase in remote working makes the establishment and maintenance of trust uniquely different than it has been in the past.
The gap created without a correlation between technology and business strategy could dilute the positive impacts technology can have on your business.
Assessing the capacity and performance of the people on a team can lead to mutual benefit for team members and the organization.
Suppose you specifically asked someone on your team not to do a task, and a couple of days later, the person did exactly what you asked them not to do. How would you respond?
A Message From Keller Schroeder’s President Keller Schroeder firmly believes our purpose as an organization is to make positive impacts on our employee-owners, our clients, and in our communities. We strive to have that balance of purpose at the core of the actions we take as an organization. It is from that purpose of striving...
Jeff Gorman – [President] People who know me well will be quick to agree I fall victim to being a creature of habit in many ways. When I find things I enjoy, I tend to stay with those things. For example, not only do I generally eat at the same small set of restaurants, I...
Jeff Gorman – [President] As an IT professional, knowing your strengths and learning to recognize how to best interact with others is not viewed as a technical aptitude, but it does allow each of us to perform better in terms of providing desired services to business areas who need technical resources to achieve their goals. Learning...
IT professionals need a box full of different shaped pegs and to identify solutions that specifically fit business needs and improve overall performance.