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Simple exercises designed to increase communication and innovation

Many teams struggle because they don’t consistently get all their team members together to explore how they could become more effective. Why? They’re super-focused on their numbers, on prospecting, and on retaining clients. While those activities are essential, teams should take time, at least once a year, to discuss three key factors: people, processes, and principles. Doing so can boost team collaboration, innovation, and job satisfaction.



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