The best kinds of teams are the ones where everyone is doing what they love to do and do best. These are what we call Unique Ability Teams.
A close friend gave me an incredible compliment. He said if he ever wants to complain about something, I’m his last resort. However, if he wants a solution—he’ll turn to me first.
For business leaders, there are numerous conversations that have to happen with different team members to keep things moving, and back-to-back meetings are a daily experience.
We’re all procrastinators in one area of our lives or another, and there are valid reasons why we procrastinate—but it gets particularly problematic when it starts to impact teamwork.
We’ve all been at the hands of performance-depleting fatigue. It’s mentally and physically exhausting and makes it difficult to deal with even the simplest of situations.