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How do I solve all these types of team issues??

It’s about raising awareness – which in turn allows people to see their team mate’s attributes that are different to their own as something that is potentially positive, rather than just irritating. That can, in and of itself reduce conflict that teams experience. 

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Giving blood? Can build trust and teamwork??

The act of going together, and being vulnerable together, builds trust. And trust, as we have talked about before – is the fundamental component of an effective team. Vulnerability is key here; the willingness to show a more real, authentic, honest side of yourself.

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Trust matters

As soon as you start seeing a team member as a human being – you start seeing them in a different light, particularly if the relationship has been a bit fraught to date. You can build connections -“oh you grew up in the country – I did too.”

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On being a jerk

There’s a great post from Patrick Lencioni (he of 5 Dsyfunctions of a Team fame) about the difference between being a Jerk (with a capital

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