Join Britt Andreatta for an in-depth discussion in this video Bringing it all together, part of Creating Winning Teams.
- You've probably seen this famous quote. … There is no I in team. … It was said in 1960 by Vernon Law, a baseball player. … But you know what? … It's wrong. … When I started researching the neuroscience of teams, … I wasn't aware that I would end up questioning … such an iconic belief. … But the brain science … of what brings out the best in groups … points us in a new and surprising direction. … The best teams, the highest performing ones, … create a cohesive unit … through honoring each member's unique contributions, … and making them feel included and valued … for who they are as individuals. … It turns out there is an I in team. … In fact, there's a lot of I's. … Every team is made up of individuals … who bring their own perspective, … skillsets, and experiences. … Not only do team environments … need to leverage the gifts of those individuals, … the group needs to make its members feel safe enough … to bring their best work forward. … When this is done right, members feel they belong, …
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- How teams are structured today
- Teamwork types
- Promoting psychological safety
- Inclusion matters
- Creating success with local, virtual, and global teams
- Strategies for team leaders