Jon Stojan Contributor, USA TODAY, Published Sept. 1, 2023. Conflict is inevitable and normal. Handled well it improves productivity; handled poorly or shied away from causes trouble. As much as most business owners and managers are aware that workplace conflict exists, they often shy away from these conversations. According to Jim Tamm, a collaboration specialist, conflict avoidant and passive aggressive …
“If you’re trying to build collaboration or solve problems, or build relationships, and you start getting defensive, it’s like throwing blood in the water to a shark. It just creates a feeding frenzy.” That’s Jim Tamm talking in this episode of Conflict, Power & Persuasion about the importance of controlling our own defensiveness. Posted March 1, 2022 on the Canadian International Institute …
Scott Winter interviews Jim Tamm, founder of the Radical Collaboration program and author of the book, Radical Collaboration: Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships.
Collaboration is listed as a core cultural value in many organizations. Yet, many fall far short of creating a truly collaborative culture. Where is your organization and your team? What can you do the foster greater collaboration? One of the highest downloaded podcasts, we are diving deeper for more advice and greater insight.
Ethan Schutz in his TEDx Can’t You See I’m Busy Being Miserable?
Jim Tamm in The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Host is Krister Lowe, Ph.D. Organizational Psychologist, Leadership & Team Coach. Visit the Team Coaching website for more information.
James Tamm gave the closing keynote at Agile 2015. Watch Jim at the Agile Alliance conference.
A new group of Radical Collaboration trainers in Sweden, bring the total number of Certified RC Trainers in Sweden up to 190. Congratulations to the new trainers as well as our Master RC Trainers Elisabeth Flodin and Mis Segebo, for their outstanding job at the RCTC.
Jim Tamm and Alain Gherson with the Radical Collaboration Trainer Certification (RCTC) participants in Paris. Congratulations to a very strong group of RC trainers! This was also the first time we have been running an LHEP program the same time we have run an RCTC. Ethan and Monique co-training the LHEP and Alain and me co-training the RCTC. Lots of …
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