Category Archives for Team Management

Giving Feedback

To understand how the process of giving feedback works let us use the analogy of how a self-guided torpedo operates. A self-guided torpedo has a target it is trying to hit, it’s goal. The torpedo has a propulsion mechanism to push it through the water. It also has sensors, such as sonar and radar, to […]

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The GROW Model

The GROW Model can help you develop the capabilities of your team, and developing the capabilities of your team is one of the most important jobs of a leader. But don’t just take our word for it – here are some quotes by leading figures on the importance of developing your team: “The growth and […]

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The Performance and Potential Matrix

If you are a senior leader or manage a large team, then the sheer number of people within the team can make it very difficult for you to discover the superstars. If this situation sounds familiar and you’d like to conduct some talent management then the performance and potential matrix, sometimes known as the 9-Box […]

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The Conscious Competence Learning Model

The Conscious Competence Learning Model or Matrix explains the stages by which we learn and ultimately acquire a new skill. In this model the learner always begins at Unconscious Incompetence, and passes through Conscious Incompetence and Conscious Competence before arriving at Unconscious Competence. Note that the way we move through the model isn’t linear and […]

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