The State of TeamworkAug 05, 2020
Even for the best teams, the past several months have been a challenge.
Working from home requires adjustments, to be sure. For those who have had some practice and time to adapt, the whole “work from home” movement was an easier transition.
On the other hand, for anyone who had to learn to manage and balance multiple moving parts, it was a bigger transition. In some households, there are two or more adults working from home as well as children of various ages attending school virtually.
With the pandemic looming over all of us, it’s true that “we’re all in this together.” But, let’s face it, our circumstances are as individual as we are and so are our particular challenges. We shouldn’t assume that everyone is having the same experience right now.
The pandemic arrived at a time when the move to more virtual work environments was well underway and Covid simply accelerated the trend.
Wiley Workplace Learning Solutions conducted a survey early this year to investigate the dynamic nature of teams in the workplace. The looked at how employers are responding to the changes, as well as the impact on individuals.
As an authorized partner of Wiley, I'd like to provide you with a summary of this research. I think you will find it interesting.
To download and read The State of Teams, click here.
And, if you would be interested in a virtual presentation of the findings – and an opportunity to discuss the implications for your team members, simply reply to this email and let me know the best way to contact you to schedule an event.
Schedule a Discovery Session with Cheryl