How to Build More Collaborative Teams, According to Harvard Research

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Want to build a stronger, more forward-thinking, team? Research from Harvard University’s Department of Psychology and Center for Brain Science says all you have to do is imagine it.

Daydreaming boosts creative collaboration while reducing anxiety.
Daydreaming boosts creative collaboration while reducing anxiety.
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Just one minute of positive daydreaming about a possible interaction between team members can have a tremendous and long-lasting impact. Whether you or each member of your team regularly spends a small amount of time imagining positive encounters, doing so can lead to more social energy, openness to creative possibilities, and an increase in collaboration…READ ON

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