Google's Five Secrets to a Successful Team
Thur., May 25, 2017 from 1:45pm – 2:45pm
Much of the work done at Google, and in many organizations, is done collaboratively by teams. The team is the molecular unit where real production happens, where innovative ideas are conceived and tested, and where employees experience most of their work. But it’s also where interpersonal issues, ill-suited skill sets, and unclear group goals can hinder productivity and cause friction.
Join us in this session to learn more about the five secrets to a successful team from Google. Google researchers spent two years trying to answer: what makes a team successful? What makes it stumble? And what can organizations, leaders, and team members do to be on the right side of success? Learn more from lead researcher Julia Rozovsky about what Google found, the five attributes of a successful team, and the one attribute that rules them all.
Three key learning objectives:
- Learn the data behind what makes and breaks a team
- Understand the importance of psychological safety at work, and how you can implement it in your organization
- Take home tangible tips for the role HR leaders, managers and employees play in increasing team effectiveness