This Week in Leadership (Nov 29 - Dec 5)
Questions—and answers—about the Omicron variant's impact on organizations. Plus, critical year-end moves to boost your career.
Research indicates a key reason why teams fail is that many employees are ill-prepared to make the transition from individual contributor to team member. One of the fundamentals to developing high performing teams is to understand that successful teams do not simply happen. They take much effort and time. They take proper guidance and support from the team leader. They require an organizational culture which enable and fosters team work.
When compared to Korn/Ferry’s T7 Model of Team Effectiveness to other models, it was discovered that the T7 Model was one of the most (if not the most) comprehensive views of team effectiveness in the scientific literature.