Working Collaboratively

Working Collaboratively

The strength of the team is each member. The strength of each member is the team.”
– Phil Jackson

Are you making the most of every member in your team to ensure the team,
as a whole, is firing on all cylinders?

In many teams, some people feel that they are doing all the work, while others feel that they are being under utilised; some people will tell you that team work takes time and/or they‘ve got more to lose than to gain from collaboration.

Yet all the research tells us that to be fast and innovative, teams work best — for the organisation and for the individual.

How can you get the best from your team and develop your own career at the same time?

At Hargraves we have found that healthy collaboration starts with high levels of individual confidence and connectedness.

Explore free tools to nurture collaborative people and teams.

Step 1

Start by downloading our free collaboration assessment tool specifically for individuals.

This basic version of our collaboration assessment tool will help determine how you, as an individual, really feel about collaboration. Just answer six simple questions — three around confidence and three around connectedness — by scoring each question between 0 and 10, and see what the numbers reveal. Go on, give it a go.

Step 2

Download our free five-pager, From ‘Me’ to ‘We’, which includes our collaboration assessment tool for you and your team.

From ‘Me’ to ‘We’ explains that by being a more collaborative individual you are more likely to help break down silos in the workplace, as collaborative people tend to build better collaborative teams, and it is this collaboration that is key. From ‘Me’ to ‘We’ also takes a look at healthy collaboration in the workplace and explains how to use our version of the collaboration assessment tool designed for you and your team.

Step 3

Our The Collaboration Sweet Spot ebook, for individuals, teams and organisations, provides tips and tools to help build thriving teams.

Our ebook will help you understand:

  1. What you need to do to better contribute to collaborative outcomes.
  2. How to improve your team collaboration.
  3. Strategies for the whole organisation to work across silos and achieve better outcomes through collaboration.

Transition yourself, your team and your organisation into the healthy collaboration zone, the ‘sweet spot’.

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