You've probably heard of "flow state" or "being in the zone"...but have you heard of "group flow"?
Regardless of whether you've heard of it, you've probably experienced it.
It was that moment your sports team seemed to be playing as one unit - communicating without speaking, anticipating movements as if you were reading a teammates mind...
It was that moment your work team got "on a roll" in a meeting and seemed to be planning, creating, or producing as if you were one brain - sharing the lead, building on ideas fluidly...
Group flow is real (like, measurable by science).
And, because of that we also know some of the "triggers" that make group flow more likely. These are those ten triggers.
Science shows is that by pulling on any one or combination of them, we can increase our likelihood of entering group flow.
Stay tuned this week as I introduce and explain a few of them. Find out which triggers you could use more effectively improve performance.