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Hosted by acclaimed Rich Rininsland, the Team Building Saves the World Podcast brings together thought leaders from around the globe to give inspiration, best practices, and insight into improving company culture.
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Organizational transformation is key if you want your business to be successful. In simple terms, organizational transformation is the process of making changes to your business, its culture, and its processes. Markets are always changing, and so is technology. To weather those changes, you have to be able to adapt and make changes.
Why’s having confidence at work so important? No doubt, you can recognize a confident employee a mile away. They often hold their head high and their shoulders back. They may speak with unwavering authority. And they usually don’t hesitate to share ideas at board meetings.
Team synergy is one of those buzz phrases that gets tossed around a lot, but what does it actually mean? Team synergy is the art of harnessing the collective strength of a group of individuals to achieve more than what could be accomplished individually. If you can understand and harness the power of team synergy, you and your team can reach new heights.
Just because the weather outside is frightful, doesn’t mean your corporate holiday party can’t be delightful. Whether you plan to host an in-person event or a virtual soiree, there’s no reason you can’t go all out and stay within your budget. If you’re unsure how to get started, we’ve outlined our expert tips and best office holiday party ideas below.
Fear is ever present in our lives, and work is no exception. Two of the most common fears in the workplace are a fear of failure and a fear of judgment. These fears arise for a variety of reasons. People want to be accepted, do a good job, and be able to provide for themselves and their families; those desires can all result in a fear of failure and a fear of judgment.
Many people view corporate training as boring, stuffy, and un-fun. While that may be true for some corporate training, there are many more that are fun, exciting, and have the potential to transform your team and their skills.
In order to support a thriving workplace, HR must turn its attention to employee engagement and retention regularly. After all, if employees aren’t engaged or staying for very long, it’s hard to create any kind of positive work culture. Part of making sure that employees are engaged and want to stay around is setting up a consistent and effective employee listening strategy.
Storytelling at work plays an important role in all of our lives, whether we realize it or not. When people think of storytelling, things like books, movies, video games, and TV shows may come to mind. But storytelling goes beyond entertainment; it is also something found in the workplace.
In business, there are numerous factors that contribute to your ability to achieve your goals and be successful. One of the most important but often overlooked factors is company internal communication. Internal communication is what enables you and your team to come together around a goal and work towards it. It is a fundamental aspect of collaboration, which is necessary to achieve your business goals.
If you’re a manager or leader, you are likely always looking for ways to improve work performance. You want your employees to be doing their best work with the most efficiency possible. And as a leader, you play a big role in increasing work performance.
Peer recognition is an oft overlooked but crucial aspect of a healthy and successful work environment. Peer recognition can help you build a stronger, more motivated, and more connected team. According to a recent Gallup report, employees who are properly recognized are five times more likely to stay, four times more likely to be engaged at work, and five times more likely to feel connected to their workplace.
A good company culture is a key aspect of organizational success, and it can help your business become more innovative, profitable, and driven. However, maintaining that culture can be a challenge. There are numerous company culture killers that can hinder progress, decrease engagement, lower productivity, and more.
If you want to succeed as a business, having a good workplace environment is essential. A positive culture and environment will help motivate employees, reduce turnover, better teamwork/communication, and much more. Team building is one of the best ways to create a positive culture and better your workplace. In this blog, we will highlight some of the most important team-building tips from the pros themselves.
As a business owner or leader, one of the most important and impactful things you can do is invest in your employees. Your employees are the lifeblood of your business, and they are constantly working to make your business’ success possible. Investing in your employees can help increase productivity, boost morale, reduce turnover, find hidden potential in employees, and much more.
Psychological safety is something that is incredibly important in the workplace, but many misunderstand what it is and why it matters. Psychological safety in the workplace is an expectation held by the entire team that they won’t be embarrassed, rejected, humiliated, or punished for things they shouldn’t be, such as presenting ideas, getting feedback, or taking risks. Psychological safety empowers employees to take risks and be courageous.
The ownership mindset is something that you may not have heard of, but it plays a huge role in team success. Having an ownership mindset is about taking ownership and responsibility of your business, the decisions you make, and the outcomes of those decisions. With the right mindset, you and your team can reach new heights and work better than ever.
Inclusivity and diversity have become very important topics for businesses in the past few years. Many are focusing on inclusivity because of appearance concerns, while others genuinely care about having an inclusive culture at work.
Your team consists of diverse individuals with various abilities, skills, and talents. And each employee deserves equal access to the tools and resources to fulfill their job responsibilities without unnecessary barriers.
We all know the saying, “it’s better to give than to receive.” While we often think about that more during the holiday season, the fact is, it holds true 365 days per year. Your company is part of a broader community. Although sometimes it’s easy to forget that when due dates are looming and end-of-year expenses and reimbursements are due.
Now that you’re back at the office, post-COVID lockdowns, maybe you’ve noticed a shift in the atmosphere. A bit less chatting in the breakroom? Are your employees clocking in seconds before their expected time of arrival? How about their productivity levels? Maybe they’ve taken a nosedive. All signs could point to quiet quitting.
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