If you think that working with a group of people means that you are working in a team, you could not be more wrong. Teams are groups but groups are not necessarily teams. A team can achieve so much more than what a group can achieve, it has higher productivity, efficiency and better communications. If you would like to improve and turn your group into a team, read on for tips on how to do so.
6 December 2016 Whether you currently head a team or am a team member, it is always advantageous to understand more about your team. The benefits of recognising each other’s strengths and weaknesses will greatly increase efficiency and productivity in the long run. Below, we focus on three ways on how you might understand your team better...
Who says you can’t have fun at work? Gone are the days when work is strictly about reports, presentations, and targets. Modern organizations are more progressive with their idea of work and life integration in the workplace. Nowadays, workplace is not just confined with the four walls of the building, with laptops and graphs—it’s now all about incorporating fun into your daily work.
Raising a child is so much more than just feeding, clothing and educating him or her. Instilling practical life skills and promoting confidence in kids is as much important as providing the correct nutrients to their diets. A confident child will grow up to be a happy and healthy adult who will find success in whatever that he or she does. Try to include some of the below activities in your child’s daily life to increase their confidence! As the saying goes, “it takes a village to raise a child”.
What is team cohesion? It is defined as the degree to which individual team members want to voluntarily contribute to the team’s ability to continue functioning as a work unit. The more cohesive a team is, the more it encourages peak performances amongst its members. Seems like a win-win situation for both the team members and the team as a whole. Cohesiveness can develop over time naturally, or expedited through team building activities. At CulinaryOn, during our cooking classes, team cohesiveness can be developed through cooking together. Here, we present 5 dishes that can significantly improve team cohesiveness when team members prepare them together.
A successful team is composed of members who can harmoniously work and collaborate together despite their individual differences. These members are highly aware of their group goals and they are all aligned on the efforts they have to do together to ensure that they deliver the team’s objectives.