collaboration

Working across silos – leadership in the matrix and in multi-functional projects

By Elisabeth Goodman, 14th May 2019 Working across silos – an enabler for developing leadership skills I recently delivered one of RiverRhee‘s and PERLA‘s Transition to Leadership courses where we share, amongst other information, Michael D Watkins’ “7 seismic shifts” for new leaders. An essential skill, when moving into a leadership role, is the ability …

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Finding that ‘sweet spot’ for collaboration

By Elisabeth Goodman, 3rd April 2019 Exploring ways to find the “sweet spot” in collaborating with others is a particularly salient topic in the current political climate.¬† Thomas Kilmann’s model is an excellent guide on how to do this, which we illustrate in RiverRhee’s training on Assertiveness, and in our management training on Dealing with …

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The five principles of “error proof” collaboration with people outside your own organisation

By Luis Fernandez, with an introduction by Elisabeth Goodman 21st November, 2014 Introduction I asked Luis to write this blog as he has a very people centric approach to project management, and I thought he might have a valuable perspective on how to bring that to bear when collaborating with people outside the project team. …

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