For decades now, millions of people across the globe have been applying the concepts of A Course in Miracles to change their world, positively impact the lives of others and find inner peace. Imagine how ACIM has changed your life. Now think how amazing it would be if you could bring those same principles to your workplace to help your team change their mindset and work together toward common goals. Because when your team is happy, it’s more productive and, in turn, your customers are more satisfied. [Read more…] about Right-Minded Teamwork: Leveraging A Course in Miracles to Improve Your Team’s Performance
Right-Minded Teamwork is the ultimate team building method.
It’s practical. It produces positive business results. It can be easily deployed in your team right now.
Five essential elements make up the method’s framework.
Read about each element and it will be apparent how Right-Minded Teamwork will benefit your team and your team’s customer. Furthermore, read the Right-Minded Teamwork implementation plan [at end of this article] and you will want to get started right away.
“We need better teamwork.”
You’ve said it many times, but something still nags at you. You don’t want to waste time on a silly team exercise, but wonder what the best team building methods is. I have your answer.
Difficult team situations happen.
For many teams, difficulties seem to happen every hour. If your teammates attack each other [either overtly or covertly] more than they forgive, this Teamwork Tune-Up exercise will help transform that dysfunctionality into high-performing teamwork behavior. [Read more…] about Stop Teammate Attacks With This Simple Team Building Exercise
Whether you realize it or not, your team has an operating system.
If you haven’t reviewed it lately or even thought about it, your team is not meeting its full potential. Plus, you’re also not achieving your customer’s expectations as efficiently and effectively as you could. [Read more…] about When Was the Last Time You Looked At How Your Team Operates?
So many teams go off the rails because they don’t know how to clarify teammate roles or they simply don’t take the time to make them clear. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Clarifying teammate roles and responsibilities is a sure way to sustain high-performance teamwork, and it’s faster than creating a RACI Chart.