In a recent Newsletter, Jon Gordon took the time to compare what it meant to be on a team versus being a real team. These insights provide clarification on key principles that could solve tension and discrepancies within your group. From making your personal time more important to making time Click Here for Full Article
With a growing amount of employees wanting their contributions noticed, leaders are struggling to find ways to inspire their teams. Glenn Lopis from Forbes argues that there is no simple recipe to encourage your employees to perform better. Lopis focuses on maximizing different ‘ingredients’ to create hundreds of customizable ‘recipes’ Click Here for Full Article
Overview of article by Martine Haas & Mark Mortensen; June 2016 Issue Find the original article, here. “Today’s teams are different from the teams of the past: They’re far more diverse, dispersed, digital, and dynamic (with frequent changes in membership). But while teams face new hurdles, their success still hinges Click Here for Full Article
In every workplace, there are three basic kinds of people: givers, takers and matchers. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant breaks down these personalities and offers simple strategies to promote a culture of generosity and keep self-serving employees from taking more than their share.
Create an engagement survey that scores well with these three points of interest from Iliyana Hadjistoyanova. She takes connections to the company, co-workers, and correct capabilities seriously and created a list of questions you can ask on your next survey. Find the best way to get the data you need Click Here for Full Article