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The uncertain times, coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic, have spur leaders to reflect on what kind of organization, culture, and Pic-1-Team-Resiliency-300x200.jpeg?profile=RESIZE_710xoperating model they need to put in place. This is to avoid returning to previous patterns of behavior and instead, be able to embrace the next normal.

In this rapidly changing environment, people in organizations need to respond with urgency, without senior executives and traditional governance slowing things down. Waiting to decide, or even waiting for approval, is th

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Team collaboration can be extended to various types of business relationships such as bosses and subordinates, multi-team representatives, employees of two collaborating organizations, and company partners of service providers, contractors, volunteers, or vendors.

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Teams with successful collaboration methods tend to deliver advantages such as faster project turnaround times, more time frames met, and, as a result, less money spent. In addition, effective team collaboration helps employees learn ab

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Having to work from home isn’t something that everyone likes but during the COVID-19 pandemic it’s the safest option for your employees. If you’re lucky enough to be in an industry that gives you the ability to work from home then you should take the governments advice and sending your staff home. But how can you keep your employee motivated and working efficiently? Here’s a look at 5 tips to keeping your colleagues morale up during this unfortunate time.

Comfort

If you can a smaller, more managea

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Forming a team takes time. Companies cannot expect a new team to perform well when it first comes together. Stage-of-Team-Development-pic1-300x195.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xMembers often go through stages as they change from being a collection of strangers to a united group with common goals.

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. – Henry Ford”

Team formation needs to take recognizable stages of development. A team’s internal processes usually change over time. Team functioning generally improves after the te

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The Golden Hour and the First 24 Hours!

In the vast majority of cases, regardless of the duration, the end success or successful resolution to a crisis is determined by the initial actions in the first 24 hours. Often referred to as the “Golden Hour” in emergency medicine, the initial hour of the first 24 hours is the foundation upon which the primary phase is predicated. The events, information and decision making process during these two phases will place both individuals and multi national cor

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