I find a key area that business owners find challenging is related to their team issues and, as always, it’s often difficult to see the cause of the problem when you are too close to it inside the business. In this 19th issue of Business Relevant News, I’m sharing with you links to a number of blogs that I consider cover worthy approaches to this problem, but for my own contribution, I thought I would look at the very public team issue being displayed with the Brexit situation, where ‘the team’ is constantly rebelling and fighting the management, (the party leader). As everyone has an opinion on this, I thought you may find it interesting to consider all these views and events as if they were happening in a business environment.
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By David Betts
What Business Lessons Can We From Brexit by David Betts
There are parallels to be found between how the UK Government has performed during Brexit and how teams perform in the business environment. Click here to read more about the Keys to A Winning Team now.
15 Common Reasons For Underperformance by Robyn South
This article looks at reasons for the underperformance of a team and suggests some solutions to the problems. Read it now.
How To Turn Around A Demoralised Underperforming Group by Steve Robak
Various factors can demotivate a team and this article looks at ways of turning around the situation. Click here.
5 Ideas to Help the Leader Fix a Poor Performing Team at Work by Art Pretty
When the conditions on your team take a turn for the worse, it’s time for extraordinary action. Art Pretty suggests 5 ideas to rescue your toxic team. To read the full article, click this link now.
How Can I Turn Around Poor Performance? By Monster For Employees
This article suggests ways of boosting morale to improve your teams’ performance. Click here now.