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When we work alone, our assumptions go unchecked. We do the best we can with what we know. However, when we work in teams, our assumptions and limiting beliefs are revealed through our expressed attitudes, choices, behaviors, and results. When someone says to us "What are you thinking?" or "Why would you do that?" they are challenging our assumptions, a very important habit among healthy teams. This is not a comment or question to take personally. Consider it a gift, perhaps even a blessing in disguise. It could save the whole team.
 

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From the book- THE I IN TEAM
How Successful People Think         
 The i in Team challenges common misconceptions about teamwork and exposes the critical ingredients missing from many of today’s teams, businesses, and organizations. In it, authors Michael McMillan and John Murphy show you how to experience a paradigm shift, transcending independent thinking and unleashing interdependent power.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                           






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