To build an amazing team, look for people who challenge you
Nobody sets out to lead an ineffective team. In fact, leaders agonize over fostering teams that work well together and deliver smart solutions time and time again. The problem? Many of the strategies leaders have adopted to improve teamwork, while well-intentioned, are not all that effective. Leigh Thompson, a professor of management and organizations at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwest University and an expert on teamwork, clears up five popular misconceptions. In the process, she offers a roadmap for building and maintaining teams that are creative, efficient, and high-impact.
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