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BARRIERS TO TEAM OPERATIONS: BEHAVIORS ASSOCIATED

The collaborative nature of teams means they are subject to pitfalls that individuals working alone do not face. Team members may not always work well together and focusing the efforts of individuals on shared goals presents challenges to completing tasks as efficiently and effectively as possible.

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The collaborative nature of teams means they are subject to pitfalls that individuals working alone do not face. Team members may not always work well together and focusing the efforts of individuals on shared goals presents challenges to completing tasks as efficiently and effectively as possible.

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  • Remote work lacks the distractions, annoyances, and soft abuses that come with co-workers and middle managers.
  •  They don’t have to commute
  • Can be evaluated mostly on their actual work rather than on the optics-driven albatross of “office culture”. 

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to understand why organisations compel their employees back to work despite enough evidence against it.

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The human brain doesn’t retain a lot in terms of memory, and 19th-century psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus’s forgetting curve shows just how rapidly new information is lost if we don’t have the opportunity to put it into practice quickly.

Just 12 percent of professionals use their newfound skills right away.

This means taking people out of work and putting them through a formal, structured class (where they might even be tested with the accompanying assumption they know what to do if they pass) and then putting them back in the workplace doesn’t actually influence the performance.

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The forgetting curve may be a proven phenomenon, but there are certainly ways to overcome it!

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