New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for your personal life, new year’s resolutions can also transform your work life. Here are 4 new year’s resolutions to build your high performing team.

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Ms Barrett has put together a great list of resolutions.  The second resolution resonated with me where she mentions that Richard Branson spends time with his team on a weekly basis to listen to what is working and what is not working with team dynamics and behaviors.  I have worked with many teams that purchase some technology and hold a one day “team-building” session and that is the end of it.  They believe that is all that is needed to cross over from the early stages of team development (Forming/Storming/Norming) to a “Performing” team. In my experience I have yet to see that work.  Taking the time to implement honest and open feedback and continuous improvement is much more effective in developing a high-performing team.

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