Here’s a quick exercise to try:
Think about the current projects you are working on. What tasks do you need to collaborate on with others? Where could collaboration benefit the project?
Make a list of all the people you would like to get to know better, in service to the projects you have on the go. Earmark time every week to meet with one or two people.
Another more team-oriented way to figure out how you don’t need to do it alone is to dedicate 5-10 minutes of a team meeting into finding the common links between projects. This can be supplemented by what you are including in Slack or in other areas.
Who do you want to reach out to today?
All the best,
Leadership | Teamwork | Business Success
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