In a fairly recent Ted talk (which I have included below) international businesswoman and writer Margaret Heffernan shares a productivity experiment done by biologist William Muir. It has big implications for teamwork. Muir used chickens in his productivity experiment for one very simple reason – you can easily measure their productivity by counting the eggs. […] Read more
I came across this teamwork/recruiting video the other day and it was too good not to share. Or may I see so bad, I couldn’t help but share it with those of you passionate about teamwork and leadership :) I’m not sure, but I am pretty sure, that most of the employees asked to perform […] Read more
Teamwork at it’s worse… Normally you don’t want to see team’s fail, but I think you will agree that in the following video it is a really good thing. Watch this dramatic moment when a young elephant fights off this vicious team of 14 hungry lions. This video was shot by tourists in the South […] Read more
From time to time I like to share recent videos on teamwork that I have come across. Here are two I think you will enjoy and can share/discuss with your teams. Let me know what you think. For more fun teamwork videos see Funny Teamwork Videos and Teamwork Videos. Teamwork Video #1 The thought that […] Read more
Unity on teams is critical. Without it trust is greatly diminished, selfishness increases and there is less commitment overall. With it teams are much safer, put aside egos, focus on the same things and are greatly committed.