Team building is an important activity, but how should you approach it and what are the key benefits that should be pursued?
The Digital Subarctic Survival Situation™ is a team-building experience that helps participants understand and practice behaviors and skills that contribute to effective decision making, which are applicable to most organizational team situations.
Organizations that want to hire and retain diverse talent often struggle to attract candidates in those demographics because the company’s existing structures and practices are driving away those it’s trying to attract. Part of the solution to this problem is integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts into your team building processes.
CPED instructor and author Shawn Belling’s latest book, Remotely Possible, provides strategic insights and tactical best practices that help organizations rethink their culture and harness the benefits remote/hybrid environments can bring.
Author and instructor Shawn Belling addresses the challenges and opportunities remote teams face.
The earlier you learn effective delegation skills in your management career, the more it will shape you into being an engaging manager.
Working in a remote environment makes it harder to know what’s expected of you and what problems you can solve on your own. Being able to develop your team so they’re confident problem solvers is an asset. Here’s what you need to know.
Optimizing team performance will help align your team, and knowing how to manage group dynamics from a virtual space will help you, as a manager, and your teams thrive.
While managing individuals has stayed relatively normal, making sure the whole team is optimized and still working together while physically apart is a bigger challenge than it was before. How can managers navigate the differences between managing individuals and managing teams in this new reality?
Setting individual and team goals that are tied to strategic organizational initiatives can help you create team alignment.