Transforming team communication is a difficult task. Just look around your office and think about how many different thought processes, leadership approaches, and communication styles are represented. Most days, fostering seamless communication between so many different people while working hard to raise up good leaders feels more like herding cats than it does leading a team.
Have you ever heard someone, maybe even yourself, say this:
“If they’re not for us, they’re against us?”
Healthy team growth begins with knowledge, self-awareness, camaraderie, and shared values.
Once you begin to truly know your teammates – what drives their lifestyle and priorities, what affects them inside and outside the office, what they value – you will start to feel a natural interest in the things that help them grow as leaders and people.
Sure, you’ve taken the test and you’ve come out as either a Thinker or a Feeler, but what does that mean for you? How can you use that knowledge for every day application in the office and at home?
The GiANT IDEA