Category: Team Building

Building a Gold Medal–Winning Team

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With the 2016 Rio Olympics fast approaching, top athletes from around the globe are vying for the final few spots available to represent their respective countries at the games….

Appetite for Cooperation: Improving Group Dynamics

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On April 8th, When Guns N’ Roses appears at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, it will be the first time in over 20 years that guitarist Slash and frontman Axl Rose have played together on stage…..

The Reality of Virtual Teams

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Oculus Rift. What is it? A villain from the new Star Wars movie? A new genre of music created by Kanye West? The name of Justin Bieber’s pet monkey?
Nah. Oculus Rift is the new virtual reality headset developed by Oculus VR….

Competencies: The Mighty Sword Of Team Development

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There’s nothing profound in saying “Effective teamwork is critical to success.” Whether we are talking about small-group projects, an entire department, or an enterprise-wide collaboration…

Football Season Team Development

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As a consolation for the end of summer, football season has returned to the land. Hope springs eternal in the hearts of fans across the country, and this past week the 32 NFL teams have girded their respective loins…

Test Your Knowledge Of The Millennial Generation

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The Millennial Generation: the age group comprised of people born between 1981 and 2000. In other words, the majority of your applicant pool for the next 10 to 15 years. While it may seem simpleminded to lump millions of people…

5 Simple Secrets For Success With People Analytics

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Over the past two years, we have had the unique experience of introducing People Analytics to a wide range of corporations. Those talent management professionals who have yet to join us on our journey will discover….

Message from the CEO: There is No “I” in Team

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I tend to refer to sports metaphors in many of my messages to help illustrate my point when looking at individuals’ potential job performance. And this time around is no different, so here I go again with my sports analogies….

Are You A Team Player?

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It’s pretty much a given that employers want their staff members to be “team players.” What hiring manager is going to say, “Team player? Nah, I’d really like to add some selfish backstabbers to my group..