July 25, 2017
Whether we are athletes in training or working in an office environment, almost all of us are connected to a team in some way. Being part of a team can be rewarding or frustrating depending upon the norms, goals, and guidelines set up at the onset. We all like to be involved with a successful team but there is some groundwork to make this happen.
Want to Build a High-Performing Team? Science Says Focus on These 3 Things
To build a strong team, define in advance your norms and standards for excellence. Then work to ensure everyone on your team is equipped to meet them.
Many leaders believe a team is only as strong as its weakest link. Thus many organizations spend a lot of time working to attract the best talent, while performance-managing those that aren't operating at the standard they would like.
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