Working better together?

Collaboration skills drive productivity and performance improvement. A Stanford study found that people working collaboratively stick at their task for 64% longer than those working individually on the same task.

Common problems include:

  • Working for individual or siloed interests
  • Disengaging from teams or projects due to hidden agendas and cliques
  • Limited trust in other group members
  • Strong egos undermining project development or implementation
  • Struggling to shift performance from good to great; and
  • Lacking flexibility for upcoming or pending change.

Your people may need tips and tools for making the shift from a “me” to “we” mindset, or just some better frameworks for increasing their own effectiveness.

You may be interested in these presentations:

▶︎ The 7 Ingredients for Working Collaboratively Online
▶︎ Taking the First Steps in a Crisis
▶︎ Collaborative Mindset Shift

It’s all about creating a platform for maximising your return on talent. Make contact with me for a confidential discussion about your goals and how to achieve them.