- having a shared, clear vision of what you want to create or end result
- focus which is shared across those working on the task
- complimentary skills
- on-going communication (face to face, email etc)
- clear roles to avoid duplication
Consider a project you are collaborating on:
What's working well? What's not?
What areas could use shoring up - vision, focus, skills, communication, roles?
What are you learning about collaboration?
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