Voyage Houston Magazine interviewed Kathryn Keeton to discuss her background with a doctorate in I-O Psychology. She also discusses how it lead to the development of Minerva Work Solutions. Initially Kathryn and two of her colleagues began a consulting business doing executive coaching, leadership and team development, and generally I-O Psych consulting work for organizations […]
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Compassion is about having the courage to learn to understand others’ feelings, whether you agree with those feelings or not. Feelings are simple emotional reactions to a real physical situation that tell us when something probably deserves a second, closer look. They tell us there might be a problem and that we should begin a […]
Being a good team member is more than blind obedience to the leader’s direction. A good team member must inquire when s/he doesn’t understand what the leader said or wants, and advocate and even assert if s/he believes the leader has made a decision that has adverse safety or goal impacts. This is also sometimes […]
Your team will have conflicts. Conflicts if handled properly will give your team new insights; if handled improperly could lead to a poor decision. This blog will address conflict due to differences in mental models, values, approaches and culture. Before getting started, I am making two assumptions. First, your team meets Dr. Eduardo Salas’ definition […]