Subscription Successful: Access to Resources
Welcome! We’re delighted that you’re joining us!
We’ll be staying in touch with tips, guidance, and reflections on collaborative leadership and teams. Also, keep an eye out for our opportunities that will continue to support your growth as a leader!
Take your time through the plethora of resources below. Some are fun and light-hearted. Others are heavy and take time to implement. Be patient with yourself and your team as you work on your collaboration. Good luck!
Meeting Documents and Tracking Templates
Collaborative, effective, and fun meetings must have a structure that holds them. Let our processes help guide, align, and strengthen your team through your meetings and into all of your operations. We’ve designed some templates that we’d like to share with you to do just that! Find several templates in this google folder and “make a copy” of whatever template is useful for your work. If you’d like support in putting these templates and practices to use, please reach out to us at email@example.com or browse our offerings!
Who hasn’t experienced frustration in the work place? Here’s a guide to five of the key reasons underlying a variety of organizational dysfunctions. It includes recommendations for solutions and organization upgrades (click the link above to display the PDF in browser or right/control click to download directly to your computer).
A digital version of our Collab ‘Zine! Key concepts of Collab in a fun mini magazine format.”Flip” through it. (if you want to print this out, ask for the “printable” version)
Our colleague Tad Hargrave of Marketing for Hippies interviewed us about our vision for how to make positive change in ourselves and our organizations.
In this hour long conversation, you’ll hear about why it’s so hard to make change, how to notice the power dynamics (race, gender, personality) in your work and how to move forward from that through an organizational standing, how to bring more energy and efficiency to your organization in the process, and tips along the way. Click the link to download and listen.
*Tip: if you want to skip intros, fast forward to minute 7:5
The 4 Zones of Leadership Development:
These 4 Zones, Self, Operational, Relational, and Systemic highlight the major perspectives we all use to do our work everyday, but don’t often realize. By getting clear about and giving attention to areas that we might be overlooking, we can create synergy of effort within ourselves and in our teams. Watch the video and fill out this self-assessment on your leadership.