There is an “I” in team

There is an “I” in Team

We’ve all heard the saying “there’s no ‘I’ in ‘team’.” But is supporting employees in their individual pursuits really anti-team?

Evidence suggests otherwise. In the 1990s the Harvard Business School did research that demonstrated the benefits of giving employees paid time to follow their own individual pursuits. Since then, some notable companies have introduced unstructured time into their workplaces: Atlassian, Google…

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Cara Szellemes

Cara Szellemes

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Amazon №1 Bestselling author of Your Brilliant Un-Career, Web2 and Web3 Content Strategist, Founder of 180Selfcare and Your Story Bank.