Every individual gives a contribution to achieve a collective goal, but how to lead towards a shared purpose in teamwork?
It’s hard work to create a safe space for your team. It is equally hard to maintain and nurture this safe space when first created.
If you want engaged employees, you should be engaged in them – and regular feedback is a way to be engaged in your employees.
In this article you can read about four things you can learn about change management from improv-theater in a constant changing world.
When you start embracing differences instead of convincing others that you’re right, your team will start being more productive, because the collaboration will go smoother.
When organizations have the ability to adapt and drive internal change fast and often, they have a change capability as organizational core.
We need to look at the difference between pushing and pulling. Push sounds a lot like command-and-control, while pull sounds more engaging.
Read this blog about how to create motivation through milestones and goals with compressing vision and purpose to avoid disengagement.
Most organizations are running like machines. They are effective. They are optimized. They run perfectly in a stable world where they can keep doing what they do best. But that’s not always enough.