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Why Use Microsoft Teams? 4 Reasons to Start Today

February 28, 2020 / by Lydia Stevens posted in Future of Work, Teamwork, Workplace, Employee Recognition Software

With Microsoft Team's rapid growth since its release, there are surely some good reasons why so many companies are making the jump to MSTeams.

If your team or company is considering implementing Microsoft Teams as its primary workplace communication tool, check out our list of the top four reasons why your team should start using Microsoft Teams.

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How To Use A Microsoft Teams App for Employee Recognition

February 14, 2020 / by Lydia Stevens posted in Future of Work, Teamwork, Workplace Relationships, Employee Recognition Software

Microsoft Teams has been making a big splash in the world of workplace communication tools. More than doubling their user base in the past year, they now have even more active users than their top competitor, Slack.

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The Ultimate List of 106 Team Building Ideas

October 15, 2019 / by Preciate posted in Teamwork, Workplace Relationships, Positive Emotional Culture, Employee Appreciation

Relationship-Oriented Team Building to Improve Company Culture

Whether it's planning ice breaker events for newly formed teams or freshening up engagement for groups who have worked together for years, team building can certainly be a challenge. Companies have a lot to think about, and sources of employee motivation can tend to get blurred by certain external rewards. If you're an employee tasked with team building efforts at your company or someone who just wants to motivate your group, check out our list of 106 relationship-focused ideas to promote team bonding and engagement. 

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Can You Get a Toxic Team Past Dysfunctional Behavior?

February 6, 2019 / by Ed Stevens posted in Teamwork, Company Culture, Leadership

It’s an all-too-familiar scenario: a couple of disgruntled employees with a glass-half-empty outlook are constantly poisoning the well and spreading their unhappiness to the other workers. Team members find it difficult to trust one another, projects stagnate (or worse, implode), and productivity plummets.

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3 Ways Managers Can Create Harmony in a Multigenerational Workplace

October 5, 2018 / by Kate Sheffield posted in Recognition, Teamwork, Workplace, Leadership

The challenges of managing a multigenerational workplace have come more sharply into focus as Generation Z enters the workforce, Millennials emerge as team leaders, and more Baby Boomers delay retirement. Generational stereotypes and workplace ageism are real issues, but a deft manager can head off discord by emphasizing common values and goals and cultivating a culture of appreciation and support, rather than internal competition.

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