Have you ever wondered what makes teamwork, well… work?
What is it about people that makes them gravitate towards groups? Why does the success or failure of group work depend so much on how well the individual members get along? What role does strong leadership play in how well groups function as a whole? What can you do to help your team work together more effectively? These are all questions you may have had in the past. Well, wonder no more!
Over the course of the next two months, we here at TeamBonding are going to help you find the answers to these questions. Join us for a series of blog post which explore what groups are and how they function, how interpersonal relationships affect these groups, the role of leadership, and how effective team building strengthens groups as a whole.
Read the next post in our exploration of the psychology of teamwork: Group Dynamics.
In the meantime, let us know if you have any unique questions in the comments below.
Recognize, motivate and make your employees HAPPY! Happy employees are the most productive. We’ve heard them say this a thousand times already. In any business structure, happiness is fundamental in maintaining a smooth flowing operation. Happiness should be the core of your company culture. Put your employees’ interest first, and you’ll be surprised how they will take care of you and the business.
In a world rife with distractions and a population more easily sidetracked than ever, it’s becoming more and more difficult for companies to keep their employee morale strong.
Consider the experience of starting a job from the perspective of your newly hired employees.
It’s a new year, which means making personal new year’s resolutions and office resolutions. A great way to do this is to start a goal sheet. Write down everything you envision for the year. If you haven’t started on your 2020 Vision goal sheet, here are some tips to get a head start!
How the Power of Play Influences Success at Work Many people are working longer and harder, thinking that this will solve the problem of an ever-increasing workload. The repercussion; they are still falling behind, becoming chronically overwhelmed, burning out, and becoming disengaged.
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