Tuesday, May 15, 2012
I just finished reading an interesting article on successful teams posted on the Harvard Business Review website. It seems logical that high-performing teams have a greater degree of communication amongst team members. But what type of communication produces the best results? Face-to-face time with group members, even for a brief time, is critical for employee performance and moral. With the increase of telecommuting and remote offices where teams can be spread out this can be difficult to achieve but the benefits of bringing your work group together can be enormous. If you are a manager of a team, we encourage you to bring your group out to our ropes course in Buckeystown, Maryland. We specialize in breaking down barriers to communication and with the addition of our SDI processing we can help your team realize its potential and reduce conflicts.