What Secrets set top-performing Teams apart from the Rest?
Keeping your team focused and on track in today’s busy age of distractions is no easy task.
Whether it’s gossiping about their co-workers, sneering at the most recent political events, or even just a lack of cohesion around a common goal, too often do teams find it difficult for themselves to stay motivated and get the job done.
According to a research of Udemy, 73% of workers admit they feel distracted when they’re on the job, and a whopping 16% of this same study openly stated they always feel distracted.
That is definitely not how a productive environment should look like. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Have you noticed that on some days, everything seems to go so smoothly?
Those times when everybody shares the same deadline and all of a sudden everything gets done. What’s going on here, what’s different in these scenarios?
Sometimes it’s as simple as the whole team coming together over a common interest or goal. Other times it’s the byproduct of some brand new creative insight. And yet other times it’s because someone finally asked for help after weeks of struggle slowing the whole team down.
What do all of these things have in common?
At the core of each situation is a replicable occurrence, a behavior pattern, or a trend you can understand and utilize. In fact, with just a little bit of heightened awareness and increased focus on your situation, you can pinpoint these exact patterns and recreate them at will – building a team of individuals who find themselves repeatedly motivated to get the job done.
In Top Teamwork you’ll discover:
- The one essential every team needs and can’t exist without
- Why you should absolutely be throwing more work parties
- The top 8 things that derail strong teams and how you can avoid them
- Why a great leader should be “non-existent”
- Groundbreaking data around the rise in emotional intelligence and how you can train your own EQ
- The secret weapon to establish trust in a team
- Scientific insight into how team diversity will increase productivity
- The most important qualities of a leader and how you can train them in just minutes a day
… and so much more.
Having a team that is constantly motivated and knows how to get things done is far from science fiction. And no, you are not crazy for expecting yourself to have fun with your job.
Building a rock-star team, one that supports and encourages each other, is something we can all achieve no matter what kind of timeline or options pool you are dealing with.
Even if you have no experience in team building, with the know-how provided in this book and a few tricks of the trade, your very own dream team could be right around the corner.