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3 Priorities for a Healthier Team

Research shows that the most dysfunctional teams are those with the greatest level of cognitive, sociological, ethnic, and personality diversity.

Conversely, research also shows that the truly highest functioning teams, and those teams that can adapt to rapidly changing environments, are those with the greatest level of cognitive,

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Managing Teams without Alienating Them

Picture a typical hourglass: wide at the top and bottom, tight in the middle. It’s a brilliant  way of measuring time. It’s also a terrible way to manage people, but it’s the way many managers want to manage their teams.

Consider this:

  • A manager is given a new assignment and promptly turns it over to his team.

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