Your place for community & resources to find or create work you love
We are so glad you're here and ready to take the next step! We created 48days.net as a place for community. For people to encourage each other and help each other in finding or creating work that is meaningful.
But frankly, we've outgrown it, so we're moving to provide you new resources.
48Days.net will be closing as it is today on November 30, 2017. Until then current members can click the button below to access groups and resources.
If you're new to 48days.net, connect here for a close up look at our thriving 48 Days Eagles Community and to get weekly free resources and motivation as you find and create work you love.
As I work with schools in providing staff and parent engagement training, a question that often comes up on the part of principals is, “How can I help my grade level teams work more effectively and productively together?” Or as one principal told me, “Some of my teams don’t function as a team. They are more like individual contractors.”
In any organization there are usually teams that work well together and others that struggle. What can leaders do to bond teams and increase engagement?
Here are some tips on increasing team engagement:
Above all remember that team building is a process. It isn’t planning a one time get together or team building activity. It takes time. It takes intentionally building rapport and understanding. It takes nurturing and correcting. Trust the process.
Want to build your team engagement?
Grab your spot for a complementary call to discuss the program here: calendly.com/dream-2
Dream Achiever Coaching is well worth the time and money. Lynne is a wonderful coach! She offers priceless advice, encouragement, and support. She has personally helped reel me in to focus my time and energy appropriately and has also helped me achieve my dream of having an enjoyable, fulfilling, and successful business. Amy Molley, www.sensiblesensoryspaces.com/