Much of today's work is powered by teams. In fact, nearly 90 percent of today's workers say that they spend a third to half of each day working in teams. Yet 86 percent of employees and executives cite a lack of effective teamwork and collaboration as the source of workplace failures. Add the challenge of remote teams and cross cultural communication, and it's no surprise that teams can make or break the competitive advantage of any organization. Recent discoveries in neuroscience illuminate how we can build better and more effective teams. In this session, the speaker will share the latest research about the brain, and how to harness human biology to enhance collaboration, trust, productivity, and engagement. We'll also explore why meaningful metrics of inclusion stem from working in groups. You'll leave this session with new strategies for building the professional capacity of teams across your entire organization.