Leading diversity in project teams
In order to lead people in the same direction, you have to lead them in different manners
Do you know what it is like having made a special effort to prepare yourself for a meeting in order to motivate and involve your project participants and then still being met by comments like “when is the next break?”, “what is the actual purpose of the meeting?” and “can’t we just start working?!”?
Tools and tips for how to create more dynamics, ownership and qualified results in group processes through intentional design.
Do you know the feeling of participating in training where you have been sitting all day just listening and looking at countless PowerPoint slides? Where the time between the breaks has been far too long? Where the involvement of the participants has been limited to a couple of questions from plenum at the end of lengthy presentations?
Good teamwork does not happen on its own
Many workplaces need to strengthen their internal working environment, and the present financial crisis has only underlined this need. If we do not make it a conscious discipline to practise cooperation, it will have consequences for the working environment, the quality of the work delivered – and ultimately the bottom line.