Team Building Exercise #21

What talent or skill do you have that is not utilized successfully in your workplace? Do you have skills in social media, marketing, adminitrative or communication that could benefit your team? Working collaboratively fosters trust, awareness and innovation. Exercise #21: .Share with the team your professional talents and skills that could benefit the practice.

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Team Building Exercise #20

The safer people feel the more they engage. The experience of being seen and heard leads to more collaboration and empathetic connection. Exercise #20: Work towards creating a safe environment for the members of your team.

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Team Building Exercise #19

How well do you really know your team members or patients? What are the seminal life events that shaped that individual. When we learn about others we can serve their needs by investing in their development and well being for the benefit of accomplishing tasks and goals for the common good.Stay curious, inquire and be…

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Team Building Exercise #18

Leaders model the way through personal example and dedicated execution. This behavior demonstrates a commitment to a set of ethics and instills values through deeds. What you say and what you do both have an impact on the practice and team members. Exercise #18: Think of some way you are giving less than your best…

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Team Building Exercise #17

People love to talk about themselves and when you draw attention to them and their story you make a connection. When you ask a genuine question about the other person it is rewarding for their brain and shows that you are curious and an open minded person. Curious people are known for having better relationships.…

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Team Building Exercise #16

This exercise helps us in practicing humility. Too often leaders are focused on swaying others and winning arguments. When people debate, they focus on providing validity of their own views that they miss out on the opportunity to learn about other points of view. Leaders that are inclusive validate others’ perspectives and enhance their own…

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Team Building Exercise #15

Giving praise for a teammates’ leadership or character traits for handling a challenging situation or difficult person helps reinforce the cultural behaviors that make the practice a great place to work. In personal conversations when we recognize the value of another’s contributions and recognize them, we are building trusting relationships which increased engagement and collaboration.…

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Team Building Exercise #14

Look for ways to help others by seeing their challenges, obstacles and needs and ask how you can help them. Take action toward making a difference and notice the changes that result from your own change in behavior. When we listen and communicate we are building a trusting and supportive relationship. Knowing that a teammate…

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Team Building Exercise #13

When we are curious about others we take interest in them and their needs and challenges. By listening we build empathy which leads to trust. Asking a team member how you can help fosters a relationship that builds a bridge of influence. It is through the curiosity and humble inquiry that supports others feeling heard…

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Team Building Exercise #12

We spend many hours at work in a week and throughout the year. Most of us are very good about thanking our family and friends for their support but we often do not take the time to share the same sentiments with our work family. Take the time to foster the relationships that help us…

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