Leaders and Teams

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Improve Critical Thinking Skills

Be a better problem-solver by improving your critical thinking skills.

Read our more about critical thinking and recommendations from our team’s real-world experience and education to improve your critical thinking skills.

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What Makes A Good Team? Success

Our last two blogs focused on the first two steps to creating a team: hiring the right people and ensuring those individuals are in the right roles. This month we focus on the third step: creating an environment for success.

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What Makes A Good Team? Roles That Fit

Our last blog focused on the first of three main steps to creating a team: hiring the right people. This blog will focus on the second step – ensuring those individuals are in the right roles.

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What Makes a Good Team? Hire Right

Say the word “team,” and most people envision a group of players forming one side in a competitive game or sport. In business, a team is a group of people with different skills who can combine their efforts to achieve a common goal. Teams go beyond a specific project, they make up your whole business.

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Managing A Project Minefield – Project Communication & Management

Our last two blogs dealt with two dangers of managing projects: individual human capacity, and work styles and personalities. Today’s blog is on the third danger: the technology and applications used to communicate and manage the project. More specifically, finding the right technology and application. Here is our advice and perspective from our team’s real-world experience and education.

Managing A Project Minefield – Human Capacity

In a perfect world, projects would be implemented without risk or challenges. In reality, maneuvering through projects is often like a minefield. Work styles and personalities of those involved, the technology and applications used to manage and communicate, and individual human capacity are all possible dangers.

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Pivot 2 Virtual

Success Trek understands pain points through our own experiences. In this article, we share our challenges in navigating the pivot to virtual, and some tips that worked for us.

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Project Management Workshop

In our Blog Ready… Set… Project Management!, we looked at some of the challenges that influence whether a project succeeds or fails. Challenges increase when you have multiple projects involving various team members and other departments. How do you manage all the moving pieces and ensure everyone is accountable for their responsibilities?

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The Art of Feedback

Feedback is a vital business communication skill. It is a two-way process of giving it efficiently and receiving it constructively. Giving and receiving feedback is key to engaging people and keeping them on track and serves as a robust tool for creating a healthy environment, boosting productivity and engagement, and achieving better results.

Complimentary Conversation

Reaching a goal is a journey, and Success Trek is here to take that journey alongside you. Whether we are helping you develop a strategic plan, facilitating a skills workshop, or writing a procedure guide, we will guide you through obstacles and challenges with the tools and support for success. The process starts with a 30-minute Complimentary Conversation.

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