Train your team for higher business impact
To engage people in effective collaboration, you need to invest in building a strong team. What you get in return is staff satisfaction and a better bottom line.
Values and leadership principles
Values are key to implementing the strategy. But to define a value platform with an extra twist – and prepare the ground for successful implementation – you must ensure broad involvement of staff in the process.
Dynamic and complex organisations need leaders who can interpret current developments, make the right decisions and define the way forward.
We believe that people support what they create. Promoting engagement, understanding and commitment will not only ensure the well-being of your staff, it will guarantee your change project’s success.
One of the real and still hidden resources of your organisation is the level of energy and engagement that people gain and provide – both at work and in their private life. The key is understanding how effective personal energy management will help us achieve higher performance and life quality.
Leadership is the single most important factor when it comes to improving quality and increasing productivity in any organisation.
Teamwork on the Fly
Stable teams of people who have learned over time to work well together can be powerful tools. But given the speed of change, the intensity of market competition, and the unpredictability of customers’ needs today, there often isn’t enough time to build that kind of team.
The New Science of Building Great Teams
At MIT’s Human Dynamics Laboratory, we have identified the elusive group dynamics that characterize high-performing teams — those blessed with the energy, creativity, and shared commitment to far surpass other teams.
Can you afford poor quality teamwork?
In many workplaces, too many resources are tied up in bad or random collaboration. It reduces job satisfaction, it reduces efficiency and effectiveness – and ultimately it reduces profit.
Good teamwork does not just happen
Most managers are aware that employees at all levels are the company’s most precious resource – yet also the most complex. Every day, when we come to work, we bring many things with us which have no relevance to the work we are about to do.