Teams are one of the single more important competitive advantages for any organization, yet there are often barriers to creating the type of collaboration within those teams that ignites performance. A Harvard Business Review article and its supporting research survey found “that the top reasons for collaboration failure include silos (67%), no collaborative vision from leaders (32%), and senior managers not wanting to give up control (32%).
In this episode, Jim Fadell, founder of Carolina Training & Assessments, shares professional expertise in the ‘squishy’ business of creating collaborative teams and the compelling ROI it yields for organizations willing tot think differently about the way they are working together. During the episode, a few different types of commercial assessments were mentioned, but there are a generous assortment of options to use depending upon the specific needs of your organization. What’s most important is how you put the results into action.
Interested in learning more about the Everything DISC assessment or Six Types of Working Genius and its associated assessment? Visit the highlighted links to get started. If you’re unfamiliar with Tuckman’s Four Stages of Group Development and want to research this topic more, here is a helpful link.
As mentioned, time management is an issue for many of us. If you’re looking to break the cycle and improve your own time management, there is a book by Brian Tracy, called Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time.