Team Building Blog Posts
Lessons learned from working with a global team engaged in virtual collaboration: tools, techniques, and approaches, based on the experiences of our partner, The Grove.
Teamwork continues to be one of the hottest topics today with many organizations spending millions of dollars to improve team productivity. And yet teams continue to be plagued by conflict that takes a toll on people and productivity. How can we turn these team weaknesses around to more productive ways of working together? Let’s look at how the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) can be used as part of a highly effective strategy for getting teams back on track.
We can’t expect new teams to perform well right away. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) tool can help new teams build momentum faster and accelerate a their ability to produce results.
When someone is causing problems at work, it tends to affect everyone. A disruptive team member is like a bad apple in a bushel: it will spoil the entire team if it isn’t plucked out.