As organizations grow, the demand for teamwork is also expanding, in an attempt to handle the existing complexity and interdependence for delivering the desired organizational results. Therefore, it is not surprising that we are constantly approached for the development teams at all organizational levels.
The ability to work in teams is also ranked as one of the main requirements for hiring executives. Even so, we find managers that have this innate ability, but do not use it. Others grew in their careers working in isolation, and feel extremely uncomfortable in guiding a group of people. The result is always the same: communication difficulties, low productivity, and lack of motivation, among other problems.
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