Under-employment is being caged or confined to do work that does not allow you to use your full capability ( Current-Actual-Capability ) within the tasks assigned. It is generally manifested through a person having “bigger ideas” and application of the work and seeing connections for improvement being told “That is not your job, stay in your area and do what you are told.”• Read More
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There are many things that would bring people together and make great team building if only they weren’t highly inappropriate for a business training context!
This article is a tongue-in-cheek look at some things that would make great build teams exceptionally well but that no training provider would dream of (even in or San Francisco or Brighton – the liberal haven in the Sussex, UK where I live). Each of them also illustrates some serious team development points.
When teams are in crisis organizations tend to return to what worked in the past. This process is effective sometimes. Although times are changing, the solutions that we used 20 years ago are not as effective as they were when system had a greater static presence. The “Prescribe and Cut” process of finding the problem [...]• Read More
Team Building and Recreation are different. Great post from Corporate Team Building “Why Companies are Cutting Team Building It’s simple. – too much focus on activities of questionable value- not enough focus on results. – too little tie-in to the business – no attempt to measure return on investment” _________________________________________________________________________________________________ -Michael Cardus is Create-Learning• Read More
Reading through the Internet I came across this article of team building torture Every time I find these articles I am amazed at how some organizations feel this will add to the team commitment. There is also general agreement that Hudgens volunteered for the “team-building exercise,” that he lay on his back with his head [...]• Read More