What separates a good team from a great team? Discover the 5 characteristics of high-performing teams that make them the most successful.
Category: Team Performance
As a leader, if you can make work a source of energy instead of a drain, you win.
At the root of collaboration, virtual or in-person, is an understanding of who a person is and what matters to them.
Want to learn what makes a high-performing team and how to build one yourself? Relationship intelligence may be the answer.
No one sets out to build a terrible team. So how does it happen?
The number one predictor of team performance is not, in fact, the aggregate level of talent on a team. Rather, it is the presence of psychological safety.
Unscheduled absenteeism costs roughly $3,600 per year for each hourly worker and $2,650 each year for salaried employees. With hourly workplace absenteeism rates ranging from 5%-10% on any given day, those costs add up quickly.
Finding relevance in a particular course or classroom assignment can be as simple as helping your students answer the question, “Why is it important to me?”
No matter how complex your team structure is, these 4 tips make the difference between success and disaster.
By fostering an environment of awareness, understanding, acceptance and appreciation of ourselves and others, team communication will thrive.