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In this episode, we discuss the seven elements of team health. We actually recorded this episode back in 2019, but the content has never been more relevant. After conducting a series of team engagement interviews, we have identified seven things that are consistent signs of healthy teams. In our discussion, we explore the seven elements of team health as well as multiple examples to help you begin identifying the health of your team. Enjoy!
Every team that has ever existed has been presented with some sort of challenge. In fact, some people might argue that the sole purpose of a team is to tackle problems and overcome challenges. While there are many great resources on how to build a successful team, we think there are really only three essential elements for teams to tackle problems and thrive. In this episode, we discuss how to embrace compassion, courage, and connection to build successful teams. We also share a few tips for implementing these essential things on your team.
Whether you’re a team leader or a team member, you can probably list lots of examples of team building activities that have been completely worthless or a waste of time. Before you invest one more dollar into any sort of team building activity this year, there are a couple of things we want you to make sure are included. If you find yourself constantly pounding your head against that proverbial wall in frustration, there might be a couple of things that you’re missing.
In this episode, we share some simple things that will help you invest in better team building this year, and hopefully avoid wasting all of our time.
Giving and receiving feedback can often be the catalyst to create long-lasting, sustainable change in attitude and disposition within an organization or culture. In this episode, we discuss how leaders can prepare to give and receive feedback, as well as the five norms of giving and receiving feedback to others. Enjoy!