Learn how to identify your blind spots, and grow as a team.
- So previously, we've been looking at the Johari window…particularly at the facade.…But what about the blind spot?…This is the part of you that others know…but you don't.…Maybe they all think that you're boring…or annoying, or maybe clever, and you don't realize.…So there can be good or bad things in your blind spot.…Would you like to know what's in your blind spot?…If I'd done some research amongst your…friends and colleagues, and I could tell you?…I hope you're thinking "Yes", because…actually, it would be great to hear the good stuff…and useful to hear about the bad stuff so that…you could make changes.…
I think that fear of what's in the blind spot…is usually worse than what's really in there.…So finding out would actually feel good.…Maybe this is what appraisals are for,…at least partly.…So it takes courage to reduce your facade…and be the real you, and it also takes courage…to ask and find out what's in your blind spot.…But in order to be a great team player, you need to…do both of these.…So if you disclose more of yourself and also…
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- Getting the job done
- Dividing up the work
- Cultivating communication
- Handling conflict
- Delivering reliably
- Playing more than one role
- Using your strengths and dealing with your weaknesses
Skill Level Beginner
1. The Importance of Teams
2. What Makes a Great Team?
3. Your Responsibility to Other Team Members
4. Becoming a Better Team Member
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