In today’s competitive environment, companies who can adapt quickly to external changes are the ones who will win. So, it’s imperative to have teams who can effectively collaborate and generate creative ideas to respond to these changes. Yet many teams fall short. Why? Because the level of trust within the team is low.
A recent article from Officevibe, outlines the signs of distrust in a team and 5 strategies managers can use to build team trust. I especially like strategy 5, team feedback. When running a consulting firm years ago, we implemented a lessons learned process after every engagement as a way to continuously improve our process and service to our clients.
As a leader you own the health of your team. Do you know the level of trust your team has and how you can help improve it?