Thriving teams

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Pedalling Towards Success: 4 Lessons from the Tour de France

Over the past three weeks, I witnessed the grandeur of the Tour de France. As the world’s largest annual sporting event, the Tour has captivated audiences and enthusiasts for over a century. But beyond the excitement and athleticism, I discovered four essential reasons for its enduring success. These insights can also positively impact how we perform […]

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How do we create a sense of belonging in the hybrid workplace?

When describing physical workplaces, we usually talk about “space”. Somewhere we can collaborate, concentrate on solo work, manufacture, pack, etc. Practical and functional, we need spaces to perform work functions. However, to form an attachment to a work environment, we need to talk about “place”. That is, how we order and personalise our spaces, so

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Managing the risks of hybrid working

The benefits of effective teams and groups have long been recognised within organisations. Highly functional and cohesive teams can enhance productivity, improve decision-making, and provide significant personal and group satisfaction. In addition, successful or winning teams have some notable characteristics that distinguish them from average or poor-performing groups. These characteristics play an important role in minimising and managing the risks of hybrid working.

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For remote team building, start with the ‘What’ not the ‘Why’

I’m sure you’re familiar with “Start With Why”, the 2009 best-selling book by Simon Sinek. If you haven’t read the book, perhaps you’re one of the 50 million people – twice the population of Australia – who have watched his TEDx talk. Sinek’s Golden Circle WHY-HOW-WHAT model is a go-to for leaders everywhere, and it’s

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