by Lauren Ruef
Meshing diverse working styles and personalities harmoniously on a team can be tricky. It takes time to build the right team for the job. But it isn't just about picking the right people. Building an interdependent team means relying on each other's specialties. Trust-building activities enhance the likelihood of your team relying on one another for their strengths—instead of insisting on doing things themselves.
Leaders need to be proactive in building trust within their teams. It isn't just about having regular check-in meetings or asking for feedback, but paying attention to the subtle nuances of how team members communicate or the environments that set them up for success.
- Emotions are allowed
A special report on emotional intelligence from the Harvard Business Review shares the importance of being emotionally in sync with one another. The report explains: "Personal competence [...] comes fro...(register to read more)