Have you ever worked at a place where you felt like just a cog in the machine? Where your voice didn’t matter and upper management wouldn’t give you the time of day?
That kind of work situation isn’t fun and it really doesn’t ensure longevity. I mentioned appreciation in my last post because it really can’t be stressed enough.
APPRECIATION = DEDICATION.
Sergey Dudiy, Ph.D. posted the Top Nine Tips for Better Teamwork and Team Building in 2005, eight years ago. Quality advice can definitely stand the test of time!
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Did you just enjoy a wonderfully long weekend? Did you kick it off with some competitive team boning activities? By a lake?
We hope so because we hate to brag.
It’s Monday. Blah! It’s probably a short week in the office for you, but short weeks can feel like the lonnnnngest.
Here’s a little team building inspiration to help you (and your team) stay motivated through the work day.
In business and in life, people are rewarded and praised for success, which creates a culture where we don’t learn from failure.
This deprioritizes innovation in companies. Plus, you may end up repeating those mistakes.
Years of research has led Laurence Weinzimmer, Bradley University management professor, to conclude that businesses that are accepting of mistakes have better employee and financial performance.
She left you. It’s over. You can’t go back now! All you can do is learn from your mistakes.
Turnover can be rough, and it can be amicable; no matter what, no one really wants to go through it, not even the employee who’s leaving you.
If you stop and think about it, Disney movies teach valuable lessons about the power of encouragement, teamwork, and leadership.
Many of these qualities are essential to young children, and to our backbone here at TeamBonding as well.
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