Research has shown how healthy teams accomplish tasks while at the same time protecting the individuality of their members. Charles Duhigg (The Power of Habit and Smarter, Faster, Better) has found two general principles and five key norms of the best functioning teams. Understanding these norms and principles can help teams grow stronger and allows teamwork to be productive and enjoyable.
It’s important to figure out how to have the best functioning team and help it grow and thrive. Protecting the individuality of members while at the same time accomplishing team goals is paramount. Here are some of the latest findings on how to have a better team, how to be a better team player, and how to diagnose and fix problems so your team is free to fulfill its mission.
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