From time to time, you may need to reorganize your teams, bringing in new members from a different part of your organization. To work cohesively and collaboratively, the people involved will have to first learn each other’s personalities and work styles.
If handled poorly, these transitions can lead to conflict and slowed productivity.
That’s why you need clear strategies for helping people gel as a team. In this article, we’ll discuss ideas to:
Introduce new team members to each other (whether in-person or remote)Get people up to speed on how their roles are relatedGet a new team’s project work