In the vast realm of workplace dynamics, it is all too easy to fall prey to the alluring pitfall of misinterpreting mere harmony as genuine collaboration. But did you know that there is a difference between simply “getting along” and embarking on a journey of intelligent collaboration?
On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, we’re joined by Dr. Heidi K. Gardner, a Harvard University Professor, Bestselling Author, and Co-Founder at Gardner & Co. Dr. Gardner shares her research into smarter collaboration, providing practical insights and strategies for leaders and teams to create an environment that unlocks the full potential of collaboration.
Join us as we uncover the secrets to smarter collaboration and discover how it can enhance engagement, performance, and success in the workplace.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
🎙️ Fostering psychological safety to encourage productive task conflict within teams
🎙️ Understanding the difference between task conflict and relationship conflict within your team
🎙️ Building trust among team members to enhance productive task conflict
🎙️ Encouraging open and honest communication to enhance collaboration
🎙️ Developing a clear organizational strategy to guide decision-making in the workplace
Dr. Heidi K. Gardner is a sought-after advisor, keynote speaker, and facilitator for organizations across a wide range of industries globally. Named by Thinkers50 as a Next Generation Business Guru, she is a Distinguished Fellow at Harvard Law School and former professor at Harvard Business School.
If you’re looking to enhance collaboration, engagement, and performance in your team, then this episode is for you!
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