Are you surprised that lawyers tend to be people that avoid conflict? Are you one of them? It turns out that there are reasons why lawyers tend to avoid conflict.  An avoidance “strategy” can be useful but it can also cost you a lot. Observe yourself this week to see if your conflict style has…

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As we wrap up our Performance Equation video series, we want to walk you through a specific case study outlining how you might use the Key Performance Equation to improve a performance at your workplace. This is a fictional case study, but we think this one might sound familiar and will give you an idea…

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Let’s review the Key Performance Equation from Part 1 of this blog series. Performance EQUALS Potential MINUS Interference.  (Performance = Potential – Interference) In part 2, we talked about increasing potential to increase performance.  In this video, we’re discussing decreasing interference as a means to increasing performance. So, what counts as interference? Interference is anything…

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If you’ve watched our video “The Key Performance Equation Part 1”, then you’ve seen this before: Performance EQUALS Potential MINUS Interference.  (Performance = Potential – Interference) And you may remember that one of the ways to increase any performance is to increase your overall potential. In this video, we’re going to define what we mean…

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