Ever notice how certain team experiences feel exhausting while others enlighten you and help produce the best work of your career? If two-thirds of employees are disengaged (Gallup study), then even the most reliable team might appear moderately uneven and not very memorable. Yet, other team experiences can serve as career high points helping us to remember the reasons why we love where we work, lessons we’ve learned containing positive impacts, and teams we’ve performed with that produced outstanding outcomes. Research using the Extraordinary Teams Inventory (ETI) even exposes the reality that the average group contains roughly 15% of members who suck as employees and 15% who are genuinely extraordinary.
Join us for an hour-long webinar about team effectiveness, based on HRDQ's workshop and assessment, Team Effectiveness Profile (TEP). TEP is a diagnostic instrument designed to assist groups in improving their output and work satisfaction. Under normal circumstances, issues that block a group's effectiveness may not be apparent. Issues that remain undisclosed can drain a group's energy and undermine its productive efforts. TEP was developed to help groups systematically identify these issues.
You’ve seen it before—team members who are uninvolved. Conflict. The inability to achieve consensus. A lack of commitment. If developing cohesive teams seems to you like an unattainable goal, this webinar is for you. We’ll explore the dynamics of teamwork and provide you with a fun and easy-to-implement training solution that will engage your audience, get team members excited, and better enable them to achieve synergistic results.
In the average organization only 30 percent employees are engaged, while in the best organizations the number climbs to 60 percent or more. The low rate of engagement hasn't budged in more than a decade. Why?This webinar introduces a new approach to boosting employee engagement based on developing a relational culture that meets universal human needs. Participants learn a vocabulary, framework and practices necessary to boost employee engagement and overall organization performance.
Every day we encounter challenges when we are working that test our ability to be resilient, to be strong and overcome difficulties, and to thrive, not just survive. During this one-hour webinar, training expert Kevin Nourse will introduce the Resiliency Framework, which was developed from extensive research and interviews.