Most of us have been part of a successful team. A few of us have been, at some point, part of a high-performing team. This is actually when members feel synergy and a sense of excitement in working together toward a common goal with great results.
Members actually care about the success of their teammates, are clear about their goals, and know their specific purpose while serving on the team. But here’s the crux—high performing teams don’t automatically exist, but rather are formed and developed through a process over time. In other words, developing a high performing team is an intentional act. And it takes time.
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