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June 3, 2015

The Business Benefits of a Small Group

Filed under: Professional Development,Services — Alec @ 7:03 pm

Why use a small group in business? Small groups create space and opportunity to share ideas, to talk and listen, to question and practice. They provide an avenue to build teamwork. Small groups can make a huge difference in the success of a business or organization.

Putting 6 to 10 people with a common focus or goal together can encourage and motivate the participants to a higher level. When we see others on our team who are achieving new levels of success, it inspires us and makes us feel rewarded for our small role in that success.

Small groups help us be accountable because our team members are acting both as a safety net and as coaches/mentors.

Many of McPherson Lean Partners classes are small group sessions. We solve more that your problem, we help you build a team culture for ongoing growth and happy employees.

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