Team Development: A Non-Negotiable for Stronger Engagement and Retention
In this webinar, we discussed the best practices for team development to improve employee engagement and retention.
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What You'll Learn
Imagine you are white water rafting. Every person on that raft needs great communication, collaboration, and trust to row in the same direction at the same cadence, ensuring the safety and direction of the team. In the same way, a team in the workplace needs to practice excellent communication, collaboration, and trust so when the pressure is on and the rapids come, the members on the team lean in and paddle together, rather than becoming fed up and potentially capsizing the team.
You may have heard the fact that between 70-80% of people leave their job because of their direct supervisor. What about everyone else in the room? What about the team? How much does the cohesion or culture of the team impact engagement and retention?
While team development can often be perceived as a nice “add-on”, the case will be made in this webinar, that team development is a critical and non-negotiable factor in the engagement and retention of your employees.
- Identifying needed areas of team development.
- Evaluating current processes of team development.
- Implementing four team development activities.
Ryan Williams serves as a Team Development Specialist at Express Employment Professionals of Grand Rapids. He is a certified Everything DiSC facilitator and has his master’s in organizational leadership from Cornerstone University. Ryan brings a wide variety of cross cultural leadership experience, having worked previously in Hong Kong and with Native American populations in Alaska. Most recently, Ryan has worked in higher education, developing and implementing training curriculum and programs across the organization. Ryan’s passion and focus is for everyone to love the place they work. People who love their workplace, work harder and perform better. He brings a unique perspective in helping organizations evaluate their organizational culture, understand cross cultural dynamics, and implement strategies to create better leaders