Group collaboration and project execution are often done behind the scenes with only the final result presented to the client. However, it is the effective team that is at the forefront of project success, especially of the digital one that is often being carried out by virtual teams that may never come to a physical encounter with each other. We suggest taking these five simple, yet very effective steps to improve the project team collaboration on a day to day basis.
Category: Teamwork & Leadership
Skills, methods, options and tools for managing teamwork, leadership and collaboration
When it comes to promoting talented, persuasive individuals into their first role as a team leader, how will you know if they’re a good fit for the new position? As a manager, you would want to assess their performance first and see how they’re doing their job. However, don’t assume that a high-performing employee would automatically become an effective leader – especially if this person had never managed a group of people. Here are 5 essential tips to help first-time leaders succeed and avoid failure.
A role in project management is potentially a very demanding and difficult job. It requires a variety of skills and personality traits to take on such a position, with each individual person possessing different qualities beneficial to the role. However, there is always room for improvement. Anyone with a role in project management should consider taking part in a leadership training course, such as those offered by Cirrus Connect. There are a variety of different benefits to participating in this type of training.
Hiring professionals for new jobs or replacing those workers who have left is challenging for many companies, especially for those specializing in manufacturing and distribution. Today almost 80% of hiring managers and HR professionals cannot find necessary talents to fill critical project roles.
The human resources industry has undergone huge changes over the last few years. In the past a company’s HR department might have been largely concerned with recruitment and disciplinary and compliance issues, but changes in both HR practices and businesses’ expectations have contributed to the transformation of this traditional role.