“Collaborative approaches to problem solving are becoming more common. Technology and a new approach to management are making it easier to work together to meet challenges.” — Margery Weinstein
For a long time, the workplace has looked a lot more individualistic, with an “every man for himself” approach. Today’s work and learning culture is changing into a far more collaborative one.
What we have to realize, is that two heads really are better than one. This is especially true when it comes to a training or learning program.
By creating a collaborative culture, you’re creating something extremely valuable to a company — buy in. The power of a team member feeling heard and seen cannot be underestimated.
When you have buy in from your team, you’re already on your way to creating a high performing organization. So, how does this happen?
Allow your team to collaborate together and listen to them. Make them feel like they matter. Why does this matter?
When the times comes for you to present new learning or training, they’re ready. When you want to push towards better performance and greater goals, they’re already asking what the next step is.
Don’t underestimate the power of the collaborative approach. It might change the way your company looks and performs.