Some of us hit the start of a new year thinking about New Year resolutions, the ones we made (and gave up on half way through the year?), the ones […]
I’ve found myself working on multiple teams recently, and it got me thinking about whether I’m making my best contribution to all the teams I’m a member of.
Well not a real team anyway. From everything I see and hear, the team thing is really screwed up and we either need to accept it and do something about […]
A team is a place where there are lots of I’s. Lots of individuals, working together, trying to achieve their personal goals and contribute in the best way they can to collective success.
Here are 8 key ingredients for being a brilliant ‘I’ in a high performing team…
At K2 our passionate belief is that if people played work like the elite play sport, they’d get better results. For us, the Olympics is an opportunity to contribute, appreciate and learn. We exist to help the business world think, prepare and perform like elite athletes. So what did we learn from Rio?
Our blog this week is from Jo Webb, an independent HR consultant who specialises in supporting businesses through culture change. Jo was formerly European HR Director at The Marketing Store where she led their high performance culture change programme.
Recently we asked a team what sprang to mind when they thought about team building. Do you know what they said? “Water!” Water!!
As you know, we’ve a passion for performance and a while ago, Keith came up with the beautifully simple idea of creating an event that would help share this passion in a whole new way. And so Performance Fest was born.
As someone who helps lead a team of human performance experts working with some great people and organisations in elite sport and the business world around the globe, I really care about it and I really believe it matters and can make a massive difference to those who are prepared to do what’s necessary to get high performance in their particular role in their particular arena.
Introducing the first PlanetK2 Performance Fix podcast. Within this podcast Adam Morris and Chris Shambrook discuss team performance