From ‘burnt out’ to ‘fired up’ - Case studies of teams who have used a new approach to learning to thrive in difficult times
Teams are crucial in getting things done in our complex world and they have become even more important in recent years as a source of connection and mental health support for team members.
The current climate has led to the Great Resignation and other workplace pressures, but some teams have instead used a new approach to learning to build connection and accelerate execution. Learning as an intact team, using learning technology to provide insights on teamwork itself – not just tasks – has led to fruitful, data-driven discussion and targeted development.
Dan Hammond from Squadify and Mark Ferguson from LIW will share data on the current state of teams as well as case studies on this approach to data and development from a variety of global organisations.