We all struggle with slumps throughout the workday. Whether it takes you awhile to find your stride in the morning, or you hit a wall at 2 p.m. – it’s not possible to be “on” at all times. Unfortunately, many corporate cultures don’t recognize the importance of recharging to improve […]
Team culture is about so much more than office amenities. It’s about creating an environment that engages employees, produces results and helps a business evolve. Let’s take a look at some assumptions about team culture and examples of who does it best to get your business headed in the right direction.
When your team fails to cultivate the chemistry that leads to performance or, when the environment turns toxic, employee morale decreases and productivity goes down. Managers need to step in to make adjustments before the ship sinks.
The most influential component of any retreat is the facilitator. And one of the most important decisions any team has to make is whether to hire an external facilitator or to use a current employee of the organization to lead the sessions.
Just the phrase “team building” tends to elicit eye rolls, but today’s team building is crucial and in a completely different league from the days of “Hi, I’m Paige and I like pickles, and this is Amelia and she likes avocados.”