How to set up team chemistry


How to set up team chemistry. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Rob Broadhead about how to utilise technology to solve problems, especially tech teams. Rob explains that leaders shouldn’t force employees into situations to help them develop more, they should help them become who they should be.

In this conversation they share how to avoid creating a toxic environment at work and how to build up real connections. Judith worries how technology can cause problems when it’s informal and not part of the ‘corporate’ messaging. Rob talks into this and explains that a lack of formality doesn’t always mean a rise in toxicity. 

Rob Broadhead is a consultant and life long student of all things technical. He enjoys sharing his experiences and helping others live their best life.

Listen to the conversation and consider how to create team chemistry.

Rob Broadhead can be found on LinkedIn here. His website is here.

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