There are lots of ideas about what makes a high performing team this blog series covers some aspects of high performing teams which are less commonly discussed.
Understanding your behaviour isn’t always an excuse for it.
Knowing how you usually behave or respond is a vital tool. However, high performing teams learning to understand each other, and also support each other to respond differently when appropriate. It is great that your team know that you prefer to be blunt, and get to the point, this should allow them to interpret your actions with best intent and should allow them to communicate with you in a way which gets the best results. However, if someone else in your team really struggles with bluntness, you also need to be up for modifying your approach. Great team work is a constant negotiation.
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