Building cohesive teams that thrive on teamwork requires consistent effort on behalf of the management and the individual employees.
Teams need guidance and a framework to help them navigate their ways through the professional thick and thin. In fact, 75% of employees leave an organization due to poor management.
However, high-paced work environments and the cut-throat competition for success today puts to-the-minute team management out of question.
The key is to develop an atmosphere where the teams are willing to cooperate, practice problem solving and take ownership of the tasks and responsibilities handed over.
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