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About Dennis McIntee

dennis-thumbDennis McIntee (aka That Drama Free Guy) travels extensively working with leaders to uncover constraints and build roadmaps for growth to increase their bottom-line performance. As expert in creating drama-free teams, he assists leaders in leveraging their time and resources more effectively through strategic planning.  

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Creating Drama Free Teams

book-iconThe 8 Qualities Of Drama Free Teams will give you the tools you need to accomplish more in less time. This practical handbook shows you 8 different leadership strategies you can use today to see immediate changes in your organization. 

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Taking Advantage of a Fluid Working World

After the latest series of COVID variants, labor shortages, and weather-related closures, that work from home virtual life is getting a little more permanent for many. Looking back two years ago, it is hard to fathom we would be entering 2022 with the topic of maximizing productivity from home still on the forefront of conversation.

However, the converging of a new year and an extension of the work-from-home culture meant an opportunity to revisit a topic first discussed on our Drama Free Living podcast a few months ago.

Gratefulness over resolutions

t’s that time of year when we naturally assess how the year went, if we met expectations (either stated or unstated), and tend to cast a vision for the future. While we absolutely believe in the power of intentionality, we also recognize it can cause stress and the infamous “shoulding” on ourselves and others.

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