Teams are often as strong as their weakest link. Teams which excel are committed to each other and are able to catch up the slack when others need support.
Being able to do this is dependent on:
1. Team members knowing each other, and what they do;
2. Team members also having skill sets so they can do what they do
3. Having communication and other performance processes so the team knows how everyone is doing, easily, and with detail;
4. and their being the flexibility and ability to help each other on the team. Some environments are structured so there is no advantage or encouragement to "Team" with others
What is the state of your team in these four areas?
How do you have each other's backs?
What areas do team members need support in now?
How do you let others know when you need support, and what kind?
What opportunities are there for team members to learn more about what each other does, so you can see how skills overlap?
Enjoy your conversation, and be sure to check out past Teams365 Team Building Questions here.
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