Posts tagged Team Building
The Benefits of Shared Experiences for Teams

We wholeheartedly believe that shared experiences are an amazing way to increase team effectiveness. Here’s how:

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Relationships are Critical to Team Success

The 2016 baseball season didn't go well for my son, Peter. He was mired in the outfield (the last place you want to be in youth baseball), didn't hit the ball well and wasn't having fun. Turns out, it was the team that made all the difference.


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Managing Top Talent with Individuality

Think top talent is highly motivated by compensation? Think again. Top talent wants to be treated like the individual that they are, given continuous opportunity and given praise for what they accomplished well.

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Understanding Commonalities within a Team

David DeSteno, a professor of psychology and the author of The Truth About Trust: How It Determines Success in Life, Love, Learning, and More wrote a recent story for the HBR about how identifying commonalities on a team can lead to effectiveness.

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Forget the Employer Brand and Try Transparency

"Employee brand" and "recruitment brand" are major buzzwords these past few years. Which means a lot of new technologies have popped up to create beautiful websites selling your internal brand to potential employees. 

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The Quality of the People You Work With

A key takeaway from the book is that, "people don't stay for the money," according to Bock. But instead, the number one reason people stay is the quality of the people they work with.

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The 401K for Your Development Plan

The 401K was an innovation in retirement savings and employee benefits. Sure, they may not beat the "good ol' days" of defined benefit pension plans - but that wasn't a sustainable model.

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Culture Is Not Neutral

Just because a culture is good for some people doesn't mean it's good for everyone. You can't say, "we have a good culture." or "our culture is the best." You don't, and it's not. It's just what it is. And for some people it's good. For others, it can be tragic and hazardous.

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