Now, you can try to hire for “Collaboration skills”, but if the conditions for a collaborative environment aren’t already in place, collaboration can’t thrive. In this article we’ll take a look at some of the skills needed to effectively collaborate, and what leaders can do to create the conditions for collaboration and help people refine their skills. An intranet platform or collaboration tool that gives people a place to communicate freely, is an excellent way to facilitate collaboration in the workplace. Collaboration can’t be successful unless people are able to delegate workload, take care of their responsibilities, and keep themselves organized-and that’s why organization is another crucial collaboration skill. Adaptability is a crucial collaboration skill, but it’s another one of those difficult-to-teach ones. Creating an environment where collaboration thrives means anticipating how collaboration might break down, and taking action to prevent it before it happens. To infuse collaboration into your organization’s culture, concentrate on nurturing your people’s collaboration skills.
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