Our guest is Whit Mitchell, who is an executive coach and team builder with Price Associates. Whit is also a professional speaker and the author of Working In Sync. Whit talks about the different types of coaching, and what works best depending on the person and the situation. Why coaches should help their people get better at what they are already doing well, and neutralize the weaknesses, instead of focusing on them. Three things you can do to improve your coaching ability.
This week we sit down with our resident Team Health Specialist and Coach to Quiet Leaders, Andy Johnson. Those who know Andy say he is a compelling speaker, and thoughtful company advisor who is a treasure trove of knowledge, anecdotes, and understanding. Andy talks with us about his favorite part of working with leaders and teams, why he thinks coaching will be his last career, the opportunity he sees in conflict, and how he just might write another book (his fourth!). Read More
What are the barriers or buoys in your life right now? How you deal with adversity will be instrumental in how you live your life. All of us have had disappointments, failures, misgivings, and tragedies during our time on this earth; others deal with smaller things that are big obstacles in their work or personal lives.
Whether you’re dealing with great pain or trying to navigate a smaller buoy, know that when you reach out to others, you are not a burden. Don’t deny others the joy of helping you. It takes courage to admit and seek counsel, but you know you will impact others by taking the first step. Read More
Our guest is Whit Mitchell, who is an executive coach and team dynamics specialist with Price Associates. Whit is a facilitator for The Complete Leader, a speaker, and the author of Working In Sync. Whit talks about his early career as a rowing coach, and his views on teamwork based on a pivotal sports moment in his young life. He spells out the steps to help teams work better together, questions to use to measure the health of a team, and assessments that can help people recognize their own behaviors and the behaviors of others. Whit also gives three actions to start improving teamwork today.
Our guest is Whit Mitchell, who is an executive coach and team dynamics specialist with Price Associates. Whit is also a speaker and the author of Working In Sync. Whit shares the ingredients needed for a high-performing team, tools for attaining greater self-awareness, and tips to become more aware of the other people on your team. Whit also talks about the power of reading body language and recognizing tone.
by Steve Morris
A couple of engineers calculated that two Legos can be combined in 24 different configurations. Three come together in 1,560 ways and six can be configured in 915 million combinations. If this is true, how complex are the interactions between six people on a team? Read More
By Whit Mitchell
No team can succeed without trust. It’s the driving force that creates an environment of commitment, connection, and respect that ultimately helps a team succeed and go the extra mile.Read More
In this short video, TCL faculty member Whit Mitchel talks about creating a common goal and mission that everyone can agree to.
By Whit Mitchell, All Business Experts, April 2015
Have you ever been on a high-performing team? I mean truly high performing, where the synchronicity of all members is so fine-tuned that it feels effortless the harder you push?
For those of you who have had the pleasure of watching a 2000-meter crew race, you have seen “symphony in motion.” The bodies moving in perfect harmony, the shell slicing through the water with precision.Read More