About Sherman Morrison

G. Sherman H. Morrison is a writer and editor based in Keene, New Hampshire. He holds a Master of Science in Management from Antioch University New England where his studies focused on effective leadership and management of any organization’s single most important resource – it’s employees. The talent management and human resources landscape is evolving rapidly in the brave new digital world of the 21st century, and Sherman keeps track of it all for people and companies who want to stay up-to-date on the latest developments. Sherman writes for a variety of sites, including Talent Management 360, eLeaP (learning and training in the corporate context), and Healevate (alternative health topics) to name a few. When not clacking away on his laptop, Sherman can typically be found performing and directing with a variety of theatre groups in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire.

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Making Better Teams

February 3, 2017   

In my previous article, Why Teams Fail, I looked at Patrick Lencioni’s seminal work in The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable, which lays out very clearly five things that ultimately kill teams – absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability, and inattention to results. Understanding why teams […]

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Why Teams Fail

February 3, 2017   

You’ve probably heard it more times than you can count – individual employees or managers complaining about dysfunctional teams. It’s especially frustrating because you know how vital it is to your organization’s success for teams to be highly functional and achieve optimal productivity. Knowing why teams fail is a good starting point. If you’ve never […]

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What Makes a Genius and How Can You Hire Them?

January 3, 2017   

Wouldn’t it be nice if every person you hired into your company were a genius? Some would say that’s a fool’s errand because there simply aren’t enough geniuses to go around. Those are the people who probably think you’re either born a genius or not. And then there are those who would say genius is […]

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Is Your Company a Deliberately Developmental Organization?

January 3, 2017   

You want your company to become a world-class leader in its niche, and you’re more than likely familiar with the well-weathered notion of your company’s greatest asset – it’s people. When you first entered the field of talent management or human resources, did you have a vision for how to do things differently? Did you […]

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Striking a Pose: Is There Anything to it?

January 3, 2017   

When Madonna released her smash hit “Vogue” in 1990 with the lyrics “Strike a pose, there’s nothing to it,” she was talking about the dance floor, but Harvard professor Amy Cuddy has brought the concept into the workplace with her book, Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges, that recommends “power poses” to […]

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