ENGAGE THE TEAM – RELEASE THE TALENT
“We believe that every person deserves to work in a productive, talent-aligned team where their natural abilities are known and brought into play. We also believe that organizations have the right to expect the talent they’ve invested in to produce to its full potential.” – OND Management Team.
Method Teaming – the Talent Solution
Method Teaming magnifies the talent of teams by placing the right people in the right seats and making it far easier for people to work productively with colleagues. It is a profound development on the people dimension that is superseding the technology and process revolutions of previous decades.
Not only do teams outperform their previous selves, people do too. Employees find renewed freedom and energy when job roles are aligned with their natural talent. The effect is multiplied when they work in teams which are similarly employed.
The science, methodology and language of Method Teaming are allowing organizations to vastly improve engagement, productivity and retention. Employees love it. We hope yours do too.
Ian Mitton, Managing Director of OND Europe explains the power of Method Teaming.
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS FOR TEAM PRODUCTIVITY AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
“What we are really doing in HPE Americas right now is leveraging Method Teaming as the core element of our talent program. That is allowing us to ensure we have the right people in the right roles to drive new solution business sales as our primary engine of growth.”Steve King
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