Heart Centering Teamwork
”Competition increases productivity incrementally”
”Collaboration increases productivity exponentially”
By using Heart Centering Teamwork in your company, business or organisation, you will boost over-all profitability, increasingly reduce stress levels and limit staff turnover by:
- Creating emotionally engaged, tuned in employees who are highly motivated to want to do their very best work for you
- Creating a workplace that attracts and keeps the best and the brightest, reducing staff turnover
- Keeping customers and clients satisfied and using your products and services consistently
- Reducing stress, increasing collaboration between management and staff and boosting productivity
What is Collaborative Team building?
However what if there was a far more effective way of team building?
Why is that?
Why is this important?
Research at Strathclyde University showed the following aspects were vital to team collaboration:
Behavioural indicators include:-
- Building and Maintaining Relationships
- Give and receive feedback from peers or other team members in order to perform the task.
- Share credit for good ideas with others.
- Acknowledge others’ skill, experience, creativity, and contributions.
- Listen to and acknowledge the feelings, concerns, opinions, and ideas of others.
- Expand on the ideas of a peer or team member.
- State personal opinions and areas of disagreement tactfully.
- Listen patiently to others in conflict situations.
- Define problems in a non-threatening manner.
- Support group decisions even if not in total agreement.
Achieving the task
- Give and seek input from others (in formulating plans for recommendations).
- Assist others in solving problems and achieving own goals.
- Share information, ideas, and suggestions.
- Ask for help in identifying and achieving goals and solving problems.
- Check for agreement, and gain commitment to shared goals.
- Notify others of changes or problems in a timely manner.
- Make procedural suggestions to encourage progress towards goals.
- Check for understanding.
- Negotiate to achieve a “win-win” outcome.