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WORK | TEAMWORK
THE INGREDIENT CHAIN
Great lessons for the workplace can be learned in the kitchen. The goal of this workshop is to build the right "chain of ingredients" to cook a tray of brownies by experiencing the true ways of being a leader and being led by one.
A project designed with and for Pillow®
Easier said than done
The thing is, day to day work and individual responsabilities sometimes disguise the big elephant in the room.
The first step towards change is admitting there is a problem and that it needs to be identified and addressed.
One of the best way to admitting a problem without getting hard feelings is PLAY.
When it comes to achieving goals and keeping up with growth within organizations,
talent and knowledge isn't enough.
Today's organizations must foster strong leadership and encourage collaboration through trust, purpose, empowerment, and communication.
As children, we had no problem blurting out this phrase out to anyone.
Now we tend to associate play with unprofessional.
When learning is fun, employees are more inclined to remember what they learned and use it.
Read more here.
How would you rate your team?
To evaluate a team's strengths and weaknesses, it usually comes down to
four main attributes:
trust, purpose, empowerement, and communication.
I don't fully trust my team
I trust my team completely
My team doesn't know or have a purpose for their work
Only the boss makes or has a say on the decision
Information is often lost or kept in
My team is purpose-driven
Everyone is empowered to have an opinion or make decision
All members of the team are updated about work and each other
A tasty, playful, and safe approach to identifying a team's strengths and weaknesses as well as the leadership voice within the organization.
The process is
Easy to grasp and broken down elements like ingredients and steps
Good planning and strong strategy secures a delicious result.
It's okay to make mistakes
Not everyone is expected to be an expert cook.
Leaders are evidenced
The voices of true leadership will be heard.
Have fun while learning
Giving feedback, getting to know roles, and rising leadership are eagerly welcomed during play.
Acknowledge what surfaces in the moment and that includes the great, the good and the ugly.
Rearrange and try
Experiencing your team work in other contexts is also an opportunity to rearrange responsabilities, rethink communication and define your team's purpose.
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