February 23, 2022
Workplace Lesson from The University of Wisconsin - Madison Women’s Volleyball Team
For example, it is evident that their team has a lot of trust and reliability for each team member. This is crucial to forming bonds and trust within the team so that they can depend on each other during game-time to help one another and ultimately win. In the article, it talks about how no one would have seen a lack of effort, or support for the teammates as well as coaches yelling at players or bad attitudes anywhere present during their games.
This relates to the workplace environment because in order to be successful you have to wonder if you are doing anything wrong that is yielding poor results. Such as those related to the examples above but in the workplace setting, like yelling at your employee, having a bad attitude, or even not putting in the effort and being there for your co-workers when they need support. These foundational components are crucial for driving business success, and it is so clearly demonstrated by the volleyball team that when performed correctly, you can make amazing headway towards a healthy and successful team.
At the Chamber, we value consistency with all of our attitudes and support each other on a daily basis to provide the best solutions and helo to our city. If you would like to reach out or get more information about workforce issues check out past blog editions of The Connector, or get in touch with some of our staff and we would be happy to speak with you.
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