Working remotely has been on the rise for a while and the pandemic has only accelerated the momentum. And when it comes to remote working, one of the biggest challenges is building and managing highly functional teams that operate in a cohesive manner alike a well-oiled machine due to the restrictions of meeting together and henceforth all the communication, brainstorming and collaboration being moved behind a screen.
This article offers you all the steps you need to take in the direction of making your new team an operational one.
High-performance teams have amazing coordination and are great at collaboration. And…
When you talk about a great start in the project, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Yes, if it was brainstorming, you are right. There isn’t anything for a project as promising as a brainstorming session, it forms the foundation for the same.
Virtual teams often find it difficult to collaborate, because collaboration can be quite difficult with the distance of miles between the colleague and it can be even more challenging if the members of the team are from different time zones. …
Ever since pandemic has hit the world, Directly or indirectly we all are facing adverse effects of it. And corporates are of no exemption! Employees had to switch to a new normal and get adapted to it as soon as possible to keep up the work.
“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.”
– Leo Buscaglia, Motivational Speaker & Writer
The pandemic has caused the sudden incline of remote working and almost everyone is getting adjusted to it. Remote working is a great deal of comfort because you can create an environment at home that suits you the best and everyone likes wearing their pyjamas to work!
When it comes to virtual team building, though, there have to be a lot of things considered. Working independently has its hurdles too, but teamwork factors in a lot of other requirements, and some of those things need to be compromised compared to working in an actual office. …
Remote working has been exponentially progressing since the last few years. Due to the pandemic, it has now become the new normal, something everyone is getting used to.
Remote working has considerably phenomenal benefits like flexible hours, lack of commute, reduced stress, better health and a lot more. But like everything else, there are a lot of downsides to this as well. This article will give you insight into the obstacles you might face and how you can easily overcome them.
The legendary Greek Philosopher Aristotle once said, “Man is by nature a social animal… Society is something that precedes…
One of the burdens of being an entrepreneur is having to make hard decisions. But since changes often come disguised as decisions, it’s something business owners have to get used to if they want to experience growth.
Many of the decisions you have to face over your life of the business will either affect your business in the long run or it will have a short impact on the success of your business.
Here are some of the most difficult decisions that you may have to make with your business at some point. …
“Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.”
- Napoleon Hill
The truth is that no one can escape adversity forever. Whether you love to live your life on the edge or are someone who prefers playing things safe, life will never be a garden of roses. It will inevitably and eventually throw unpleasant surprises and challenges in your direction.
The approach to adversity plays out in all walks of life and unfortunately, the most common response to adversity is to try and make it go away. …
Motivation. The most asked question by managers all around the world revolves around:
“Why aren’t my employees motivated?”,
“How can I encourage my employees”,
“What am I doing wrong”
The Gallup organization estimates that disengaged, unmotivated workers cost businesses about $300 billion in profit every year. Despite your best efforts, you could be holding back on “Employee Motivation,” and one big reason being some long-held myths which we will be busting today:
Here are some of the most common myths about employee motivation and the facts every leader, manager, and supervisor needs to know:
Wishful thinking, to say the least!
As organizations are switching to flexible policies, you would have currently seen a rapid increase in virtual teams which shows no signs of slowing down in 2020. It’s easy to see why — higher productivity, increased employee engagement, reduced operational costs, better work/life balance for employees and the list goes on.
As striking as these points are, the change to virtual types of teams is frequently a very tough prospect for organizations. A Research by Harvard Business Review states that remote employees are more likely to feel isolated or detached when compared to onsite employees. These communication issues become a…
Social distancing is one of the keen measures every organization is encouraged to stop the spread of COVID-19. Employees are advised to work from home. But moving from a lively office environment to a remote working place can affect your productivity and results.