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“We are all paid to solve problems. Make sure to pick fun people to solve problems with.”
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Every group skill can be sorted into one of two basic types: skills of proficiency and skills of creativity.
The trick to building effective catchphrases is to keep them simple, action-oriented, and forthright:
Leaders should ask their group members for specific feedback in 3 areas:
Being vulnerable does not mean indiscriminately sharing fears and shortcomings. Instead, it means specifically being honest about your concerns about a project. Sharing vulnerability can also mean taking an honest look at how things went.
You might think the success of a team depends on the individual team members’ skills. However, to a great extent it depends on 5 specific factors that can predict with accuracy how well a team will perform:
Neuropsychological studies have shown that we are strongly wired to sense and value belonging.
In order to move toward a target, you must first have a target. Listing your priorities is the first step.
Many highly cooperative groups use language to reinforce their interdependence.
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