- What worked well this year?
- What were some of the lessons learned that could be applied to other projects and programs?
- What projects would you like to replicate in different ways?
What can you automate?
What tasks could be delegated?
As we go to wrap up this final team building tip of the year, which questions have sparked the most discussion for you and your team?
We've covered a lot of ground this year in our 52 team building tips. From discussing strengths, to priorities, to what you want to leverage, I hope that you will continue to bring these questions into your team meeetings and other discussions. A reminder that you can pck up a copoy of the Teams365 Team Leader Deck which includes our first 52 questions. Check them out here.
Hope that you are enjoying a lighter week this week!
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