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The Five Dysfunctions Of A Team (Part 2)

Just one quotation today. But it contains much wisdom for any organization or team that’s looking to build real connections between its members.

A little structure goes a long way toward helping people take action that they might not otherwise be inclined to do. This is especially true when it comes to giving people feedback on their behavior or performance. Relying on them to do so on their own, with no clear expectations or structure, is inviting the potential for the avoidance of accountability.

There’s always a fine line between too little structure and too much structure, but I’m pretty sure that no structure isn’t the answer. That’s true in so many places: work, church, even marriage could fall into that category.

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