Do your team building activities help support open communication and collaboration? Do team members have aligned goals – and understand how to have each other’s back? When it comes to building team culture, strong connections and dodging team dysfunction, we believe that effective team
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Teams have been put to the test these last few years. In addition to our top leadership programs, we’ve seen an increased interest in our most popular team-building training topics, and we wanted to share our list of the most requested topics that businesses have
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Leaders are defined by actions, not titles. Now more than ever, we need strong leaders. During this time of chaos in the workplace, we’re seeing an even greater interest in our most popular leadership training topics at PRC (in addition to our top team-building programs),