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Five Characteristics of Effective Teams

Five characteristics of effective teams   There are a number of factors that can influence whether or not a team is effective – just think of the concept of ‘marginal gains’, an ethos of making aggregated small gains in many areas to deliver a large overall ‘gain’ in performance, demonstrated recently and notably by the…

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Psychological Safety at Work

Psychological Safety at Work What is ‘psychological safety’? Psychological safety refers to an individual’s confidence and ability to interact within a group setting and fulfil a designated role without fear of negative consequences on their self-image, status or career[1]. In an environment where people feel psychologically safe, they might feel able to be themselves, make suggestions,…

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Resistance to Change

Resistance to change   “If you can’t change it, change your attitude” – Maya Angelou. Change is a natural part of any business’s development.  Organisations may start out offering a specific service to a specific demographic in a very specific way, but find that, as the years go by, the effectiveness of what they are…