In this week’s video blog our expert guide, Don Hadley, discusses teams.
Many times organizations and business owners have great individuals and functional leadership within departments, but there is no “team-ness” occurring throughout the organization.
One essential ingredient to having a strong team is conflict – both good and bad conflict. One type of good conflict is when an individual has an issue with another person or process and it is worked through in a positive way. Another example of good conflict is debate. Debate within meetings or about processes can help create better ideas, get buy-in from others, and work towards the greater success and improvement of the department and organization.
We encourage you to ask yourself the following questions:
If your organization is struggling to find and grow its “team-ness”, contact our expert guides by calling 800-786-4332 or email JSabatini@AppliedVisionWorks.com. Your success is in plain sight. It just takes determination and action and only takes 30 minutes to get started!