Should Kitchen & Bath Design be a Team Sport?
By Wendy Hornung
It might sound far-fetched but if you don't know the strengths of your team, you could be underutilizing hidden assets. Teams that don't work with their teams talents, don't win.
Recognizing and developing talents in employees has been proven to increase productivity and profitability. Employees that use their talents use less sick days, and are much happier. All of these factors create a more successful business. Focusing on employee strengths and how each person contributes to the team has a morale building momentum. As individuals learn about their strengths, they value themselves more, and in turn see the differences in others as having value rather than a threat. Learning about strengths provides great communication tools that can be applied to problem solving, and more.
Even if you don't like sports, a team mindset is the best way to cultivate productivity and a positive work environment. Both have a great impact on your business.
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