Teams That Work Well Together

Dr. Janice Presser is the creator of the technology, Teamability®. She’s also the CEO of The Gabriel Institute where Teamability has been used to help clients focus on people to create business results. In this episode we dive into many facets of teams, including

  • How to sync work to the talents on the team.
  • Creating team cohesion
  • The impact of a lack of teaming on organizational success
  • How to identify how people will perform on a team

No one person is more important than the team. This message is critical for managers in the 21st century to take in, understand and act on. Dr. J shares some great nuggets about the important inputs to help you team better and to help your team better perform.


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Change Leader | Speaker | Writer Co-founder and CEO of Switch and Shift. Passionately explores the space where business & humanity intersect. Promoter of workplace optimism. Believes work can be a source of joy. Top ranked leadership blogger by Huffington Post. The Optimistic Workplace (AMACOM) out 2015

  • Bert

    This was a very good podcast. Dr. Janice was certainly passionate about team building, so much so she kept going off on different tangents. That’s okay. It reinforced her passion for it. I agree with her, and you Shawn, about the importance of having a cohesive team.

    I’ve noticed that the people who complain about needing a better team are usually the weakest link. What do you think of that?

  • Dr. Janice Presser

    Good point, Bert. Often teams don’t work because the people (including the leader) who are on them don’t enjoy or want to contribute in the way that’s needed. Ignoring the problem, blaming other people, or just complaining are ineffective approaches used by weak links.

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