Have you ever stumbled across a game-changing best practice that no knows about and wondered, “Why in the world are employees not sharing these great ideas?” What’s holding them back? It’s likely that they are either scared or don’t know how.
High-performing teams don’t appear overnight. They develop when conditions are right, with the combined actions of leaders and team members. While we are wired to connect with others, we must meet critical conditions to drive peak team performance.
Coaching individuals requires the ability to home in on the key areas of focus that will enable them develop and manage through change. However, there is a complex dynamic at play when it comes to coaching teams, whose members have different motivations.
Resilience is an important skill for individuals and teams within organizations. In modern workplaces, where disruption, innovation and organizational change are the norm, the ability to cope with stress and unexpected challenges is critical.
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The old adage that there isn’t an “I” in team is wrong. Each individual has a responsibility to himself or herself and the team. All members must ensure that they are not only taking care of their role on the team but themselves in the process.
The wrong answers to the right question result in team frustration. Many team building efforts and programs are focused on trying to engage and hold the attention of participants who wish they were somewhere else.
Technology and changing consumer lifestyles over the last decade have changed the rules of play for almost every business. The world is much more complex than it was even 10 years ago, and many organizations have had to revisit or rewrite their strategies.