We all have our favourite people and our not-so-favourite people in our lives. Some people you enjoy spending time with while certain others seem to drain your time and energy and leave you exhausted. So how can you get along and build chemistry and rapport with everyone you see, especially at work? You can start by identifying each person’s personality and characteristics and work your way with that. Four personality types found in the workplace. These types are identified and explained by Kim Christfort and Suzanne Vickberg in their book Business Chemistry. They are: Pioneers, Guardians, Drivers and Integrators
Arrange daily stand-up meetings with everyone involved
Everyone should get together each day for updated progress meetings and to recap what tasks are due in the short term.
We are often asked to go to school and to focus on our studies. With a degree we can get a job and only then can we prosper in life. This age-old wisdom has rung throughout the years, but how much merit does it have now? Here are 4 reasons why a college degree should not matter when selecting a candidate.
Good communication is an important part of leadership and teamwork. Efficient communication will help in team building and employee retention. Since good communication is a fundamental requirement for any business, it is highly important that entrepreneurs and managers focus on improving employee communication within the organization.
The rise of technology has helped businesses to create teams that cross physical boundaries. Virtual teams offer great flexibility and potential. But working in a globalized work space has its own unique set of challenges. Given below are a few tips on how to effectively manage and guide a virtual team.