In this episode, we had a great discussion with Harvard Professor Dr. Heidi Gardner, author of the Washington Post bestselling book “Smart Collaboration”. Dr. Gardner’s passion about collaboration is contagious and her extensive research not only proves scientifically the impact of smart collaboration on business results but also gives clarity on how to maximize the talents and behavior tendencies of your team and people during challenging times and beyond.
What is the difference between “feel good” collaboration and smart collaboration and how could you, as an organizational leader, drive smarter collaboration in your workplace to maximize your people impact and your organizational performance? Through examples and stories, you will get many insights on these and more!
Like always, I would appreciate any feedback you have about this episode or the podcast overall. Feel free to reach out to me on email@example.com. Also, whether you are a leaders of 5 or 5000 people, if you have any challenges driving the development of the capabilities, culture, alignment, engagement or collaboration of your people or simply have challenges implementing strategy or driving change at scale, I am offering a free 30 minutes strategy session. In this session you would get insights which you can apply right away to take your people and organization to the next level.