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One of the greatest feelings as a business owner is quite possibly the day you can hire team members to help grow your dream.

But bringing a new dream team up to speed can add unforeseen stress and complexity. Subtle factors such as personality, cultural diversity and current work or life experience can all have a major impact on the success of your team…
So how can you ensure your team’s a success? For starters, begin with solid team building.
“But there’s only a few of us in my company!” you say… I hear you, but don’t let the numbers fool you.

A team can be as small as just you and a partner or involve numerous people. Small business owners are putting an increasing emphasis on team building activities to improve productivity, increase motivation, foster problem solving and encourage creativity — and with outstanding results.

Ready to get started? 
This Tuesday trainer, coach, team builder and Small Business owner Noel Gray joins us on #BizHeroesto talk about what it takes to get a winning team off the ground and move past surviving to thriving!
Our BizHero: Noel Gray, owner of kNoeledge
Date: Tuesday, March 11th
Time: 8pm Central European Time, 12pm PST, 3pm EST (day light savings!)
Chat Topic: Small Business Team Building
Q1. Is there a process for team building, or does it happen on it’s own?
Q2. What (or who!) can get in the way of team building?
Q3. What’s the role of the team leader?
Q4. How can you offset conflict in your team?
Q5. How can we use social media to help team building?Looking for some pre-chat reading? Here’s a post highlighting the four phases teams go through before they can succeed: forming, storming, norming and performing. We’ll definitely be talking about this on Tuesday!
Bring your curiosity, team building tips and team spirit and join @kNoeledge@MagdaATQ and myself, @kdhungerford for #BizHeroes!If you can’t make the chat you can view the transcript here.

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