The Right Tools for Teamwork
The changing workplace poses real challenges for employees of all roles and responsibilities. These dramatic shifts—in the number, type, and geographical distribution of teams—require that employees possess a certain interpersonal skillset for effective teamwork, one that they can bring to any team they’re a part of. The problem, though, is that the behaviors within this skillset can be difficult to recognize, let alone adopt.
Another issue is that most individuals are either unaware or unable to consistently practice the behaviors that will ensure team success. This is primarily because employees see teamwork as something that comes naturally to them, and they don’t view teamwork as something they need to learn. In fact 99% of respondents consider themselves “good” and “effective” team members.
Employees know teamwork matters, and they know what it looks like. But organizations are focusing on the wrong tools to address the skill gap. Let’s fix that. Check out The Five Behaviors® products here, and as an Authorized Partner, we’re here to support you through it: MDR: The Five Behaviors
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