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Building A Strong Team Culture

Since COVID19, there is a major shift in the workforce of the future. When employees don’t feel appreciated by their employer or management they are likely to get dissatisfied and unhappy, which in turn makes them feel less committed to their

Many employees are recognising that transactional relationships with their peers and their managers are not enough for them.

As we see it, a company’s culture is important for its human capital. It directly impacts employee recruitment, employee satisfaction, employee productivity, employee performance, employee loyalty, and employee well-being.

These five steps will help you build a strong team culture in your workplace.

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Communication is critical when it comes to building a strong team. All of this starts with setting clear expectations about when, where, and how you will communicate. It’s especially important to adapt to the challenges of a remote or hybrid environment. Communicate clearly and succinctly, and establish a common communication language or system to facilitate these initiatves.


At Udemy, it’s a widely held belief that feedbacks are fuel to everything.

In addition, providing feedback allows managers to develop greater awareness about themselves. If you have to ask for and receive feedback, it can be uncomfortable. Thus, making your feedback conversations more frequent and predictable for your team can help take the fear out of your feedback.


We should assume that everyone will be on the same page when it comes to working together effectively.

If you’re looking for a model to learn from, look to the team that’s managed by management consulting firms. They are all about teamwork and unity of effort and you can learn from them to be a better leader.

A key trick for achieving this is to establish clear and simple rules for how the team will schedule and conduct meetings, how they will share the workload, make decisions, and communicate their specific work styles and preferences.


When your only interactions with your team are focused on business, it’s easy for them to feel like they’re just a nail in a machine.

Employees should be given the opportunity to connect on a personal level, and that means creating time and space for employees to do so.


Finally, you can work with your team to agree on a team vision, which is important because this specific document focuses on the ‘why’ rather than the ‘how’ and ‘what’. Why does your team exist and what are you hoping to achieve? Putting these ideas into writing can help create a shared sense of purpose throughout the entire team.

Our employees’ actions, interactions and attitudes shaped the effectiveness of our success. So it is critical to define the business culture at the earliest stage possible. 

A successful team relies on a high degree of team synergy to create a work environment that minimises conflict and maximises success. This can only be done through a strong team culture.

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