It’s a good book. And for those of you who are coaches or educators, there’s also this:
I have read the book, and liked it, but have not checked out the Field Guide.
In her post, Ellen asks several great questions. Here’s my favorite:
5. What would it take to both trust and be trusted in this group?
Trust – and the lack of it – are at the heart of how we relate in a team. When it comes to trusting, my advice is to go first. Take the high road. When it comes to being trusted, we know the things people expect and hope from us. Never gossip. Represent your team members well, even if you do not like the person – actually ESPECIALLY if you do not like the person. Be inclusive and always real, candid and genuine.