In today's organizations, more and more work is being done in teams.…A team is different from a group of individuals who may form a department or…cross functional group. Specifically, to be a team, the group must…have the following four qualities. Number 1, a common purpose.…This would be the clear goal they are to achieve.…Number 2, their efforts must be inter-dependent.…Otherwise, it's just coordinate efforts of individual contributors, and that's not a…team. Number 3, they must share accountability.…Everyone is held responsible for the group's success or failure.…
And number 4, the members must believe that the outcome will be better together…than working alone. When done right, the benefits of teams are…compelling. Research shows, that when teams work…effectively, they can solve more complex problems, make better decisions, be more…productive and creative, and build more skills, than when individuals work alone.…But creating a team, is not just putting folks together to work on a project.…To reap the benefits of teams, the group must be set up for success and facilitate…
- What is leadership, and when are you leading?
- Mapping your leadership competencies
- Dealing with changing scope and stakes
- Motivating and engaging others
- Increasing team performance
- Developing political acumen
- Creating a culture of trust and integrity
- Developing resilience<br><br>
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