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Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t

by | Dec 16, 2021 | Roy’s 1-Minute Marketing Messages

Leadership, stress levels, and even human biology can affect team performance.  Read on.

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Today’s message:  Why Some Teams Pull Together & Others Don’t

Some takeaways

  • The fundamental problem: a lack of good leaders in the workplace
  • Bad management was linked to 56% of corporate failures
  • Good leaders can unite a team around a cause that all can buy into

Why some teams pull together and others don't
hallmarks of ineffective managers
Findings of a UK labour force survey on stress and work-related illness
correlation between stress and workplace illness
stress is the 3rd most common cause of worker absence
How leaders can prevent stress in the workplace
Great leaders have a positive effect on your oxytocin and serotonin levels
the positive health effects a good leader has on their employees
social groups thrive when given safe spaces
putting good leadership theory into practice
a leader's presence is vital to a good work place
managing abstraction
Does Your Leader "Eat Last"?

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