The number one efficiency booster is psychological safety. Why is that so?
When teams can not speak about their blockers and impediments, they won't talk about it. This costs time. Feeling comfortable means being able to talk about issues safely without fearing penalties.
Culture is a very important part of this process. As soon you have a team, you have a culture and you want to establish a certain way of working. I help you defining one and how to keep track of it.
Hi, I'm Birgit. I'm passionate about leadership, agility, resilience and efficacy within a company. I look at the individual leader, the teams, management and organisation to bring the best out of the organisation.
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