Ah, a “dream team” – the well-functioning, highly effective and dynamic team – that we all dream of. Being able to successfully lead and work in teams is crucial to corporations to achieve their goals and stay ahead of the competition. Yet, there could be multiple barriers like a lack of trust, a lack of communication or inter-personal conflict stopping us from achieving the dream.
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In this week’s digest, I listed a few articles to help us better understand and overcome the challenges we face when trying to build our dream team:
Working with a perfectionist team member can be challenging. While high standards could mean excellence, being unrelenting in that pursuit might cause redundant stress, conflict and even missed due dates as one gets lost in the details, forgetting the big picture. How can we work with perfectionists and even learn from them?
In every conversation at work, there’s the explicit discussion and the tacit one. To be successful in most organizations, it’s important to understand the underlying conversations and reactions that people in the room are having. But how do you do so? What signals should you be looking for?
Questioning is a uniquely powerful tool for unlocking value in organizations: It spurs learning and the exchange of ideas, fuels innovation and performance improvement, builds rapport and trust among team members, and mitigate business risk by uncovering unforeseen pitfalls and hazards. Learn why and how to ask questions in this article.
How friendly should we get at work? Since so much time is spent in the workplace, making friends there seem almost instinctive. But is it truly this simple, or could there be a downside?
Luvvie Ajayi isn’t afraid to be the one dissenting voice in a crowd, and neither should you. “Your silence serves no one,” says the self-proclaimed professional troublemaker. In this bright, uplifting talk, Ajayi encourages all of us to get a little more comfortable with being uncomfortable.