The best teams in business have members that have unique and specific strengths or skills that they excel at. Their approaches and personalities are different and occasionally at odds. They set their differences aside and team up for the betterment of the organization.
Here are five questions that will help you get your team aligned: 1) What will we accomplish?, 2) Why should we do it?, 3) How will we do it?, 4) Who will do what?, and, 5) How will we measure our progress?
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Team conflict erupts not because of differences in opinion but because of a perceived incompatibility in the way different team members think and act. When people can't get past their differences, the resulting clashes kill productivity.
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