IDEA is a journey at the Lab, with everyone at their own stage of learning, that will include some difficult conversations. Energy Technologies Area’s Mary Sidney shares her thoughts about extending grace to others on the journey.
This month IDEA is exploring what goes into making up highly effective teams. The five components of team effectiveness are psychological safety, dependability, structure and clarity, meaning, and impact. HR’s LaTonja Wright talks about her career experience with teams. Read more>>
Team effectiveness and its five components are tools to create, foster, and empower teams. The IDEA website has tools such as 1 Minute slides to get a team discussion started, along with additional readings and videos for those who want to delve deeper into the topic.
Google’s Project Aristotle studied successful teams and found five shared traits: psychological safety, dependability, structure and clarity, meaning, and impact. In June, Matt Sakaguchi and Michelle Elrod visited the Lab to share the findings and explain how Lab teams can apply its learnings. Watch the informative replay. Event information and resources IDEAs in Action – […]