Good Team Building VS. Bad Team Building

Team members talk and communicate across departmental barriers. The work place is built around silos, cliques, and isolation barriers.
Leadership walks its talk. Leadership says one thing — and acts another.
Team members are encouraged to contribute and are rewarded. Back-stabbing, private agendas, and low morale rule.
Team members trust each other and ask for help. People have their own agenda. (What’s in it for me?)
Team roles are clearly defined, supported, and encouraged. The individual is more important than the team.
Catch people doing things right. Catch people doing things wrong.

Larry Lipman
Larry Lipman is a Success Coach specializing in TEAM BUILDING!

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