Teamwork

4 Critical Factors of Building High-Performance Teams
4 Critical Factors of Building High-Performance Teams

It’s a fact that high-performance teams are winning teams. Indeed, if you have your top teams working with a common purpose, your business is 1.9 times more likely to achieve above-median financial performance. Building high-performance teams can seem like an uphill battle, especially in a today’s business climate where productivity is falling. But if you’re ready…

6 Ways to Promote Psychological Safety in the Workplace
6 Ways to Promote Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Want to drastically improve your team’s performance? Then, psychological safety needs to start being a priority. Psychological safety is simply a measure of how comfortable employees are with expressing ideas and concerns, as well as sharing challenges and successes. It’s been three years since Google released the findings of one of the most extensive research…

Redefining Teamwork in an Increasingly Remote World
Redefining Teamwork in an Increasingly Remote World

Teamwork is a simple concept. Workplaces are full of “teams”, working together to create an amazing product, service, or idea. However, this simple concept is starting to become a little bit more complex. No longer are workplaces “traditional”. Many companies now have remote positions where team members are spread out and located all around the…

Employee Retention: Answering Why Employees Leave their Jobs
Employee Retention: Answering Why Employees Leave their Jobs

Why Good Employees Leave Their Jobs A 2018 study of 1,000 U.S. workers found that 63% of them want to leave their jobs due to lack of communication in the organization. Due to the sheer volume of interaction, the level of communication that employees receive directly affects their ability to their jobs, which plays an…

Business Skills Training for Improved Team Projects
Business Skills Training for Improved Team Projects

In the United States alone, $122 million out of every $1 billion invested goes to waste, due to lackluster project performance. That’s a staggering amount of money, but it might not surprise you if you’ve ever tried to lead a team project. All team leaders (and members) know the potential pain points: miscommunication, disorganization, and…