If you want to learn how to lead a group of people, you can do far worse than drawing inspiration from Sir Alex Ferguson. Without a doubt the most successful football manager of all time…
Having a cohesive team that works together to perform to its peak doesn’t just happen. It takes a dedicated and committed effort. Follow these Seven Steps to help you on your way.
Happy employees are better employees. As simple as this it’s often something that we forget as major deadlines loom, hours start to extend into the night, and people are popping onto their computers over the weekend.
There are few things that are more destructive to an organisation than silo mentality – when teams within an organisation close themselves off to the rest of the business. These five steps will help eliminate the silo mentaility.
All business owners want their workers to be healthy and happy so they can perform at their best. But have you ever considered the role that team building challenges can play in workplace wellness?
A report from Gallup shows that only 13% of employees across the globe are engaged in their work. This number is seriously concerning for businesses, at a time where employee retention is absolutely critical. So how can we drive this figure?
There are four character traits that define a “leader”, rather than a “manager” and everyone who has the responsibility for managing teams of people should consider developing these traits in order to be respected as a true leader within the organisation.
Having a successful business requires the employees to come together and work well as teams. The more cohesive and effective the team, the greater the productivity back into business. Building a successful team doesn’t just happen automatically, and nor is it a matter of hiring the right people (though that’s also important). Building an effective […]
In this video, Stu Robertson, CEO at Team Up Events says the traditional perception of team building is changing as organisations see the merits of using it as part of their employee engagement and development program.
Be Challenged Featured In The CEO Magazine Six years ago, Be Challenged Managing Director, Oliver Sheer, and Director of Operations, Kingsley Seale, purchased the company. Having been friends and colleagues through much of their life, the two realised that a missing part of many businesses is the ability for teams to work closely and collaboratively […]