As the amount of knowledge needed to do work and the complexity of this work increases, organizations face a growing challenge to use specialists for cross-disciplinary work. The way most organizations attempt to do this is through teams and other forms of groups or networks. However, there is a supplementary benefit that can be overlooked – working in teams also provides a major source of engagement for individual employees.
While organizations need to develop teams to deliver business results, they can also be used to increase overall levels of staff engagement. For example, they can ensure agile teams are balanced by people-centric communities to provide people with an opportunity to relate to each other in a genuinely human way.
In this webinar, social HR strategist Jon Ingham will explain some of the key opportunities for using teaming as a direct input to meeting business needs, while also strengthening employee engagement.
Amongst other points, you will learn:
- The neuroscience and other evidence behind teaming and engagement;
- How to engage staff in teams, communities and distributed networks;
- About a range of opportunities for using groups and networks to engage staff;
- How team effectiveness and engagement data can be combined with other data sources, such as organization network analysis to provide new insights about group-based engagement opportunities;
May 30, 2019 11.00 AM PDT, 2.00 PM EST, 7.00 PM BST
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