Teams, Trust, and Talking About Culture

# 7min

Organizational culture is a hot topic, but sometimes we need to start on a smaller scale. After all, though we’re all part of organizations both big and small, the team is the unit we interact with the most on a daily basis. So how can we make sure our teams are connecting, engaging with each other, and achieving their potential? This Edge focuses on three books – TeamWork by Rebecca Morgan, Let’s Talk Culture by Shane Michael Hatton, and Trust Factor by Paul J. Zak that are all about teams and what makes them tick – or stop ticking. From embracing the power of neuroscience to highlighting the power of key conversations, this month it’s all about making our teams the best they can be.

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