Monthly Archives: March 2016

Measuring Consensus in Team Meetings and Discussions

One of the most important insights for leaders is that total consensus is not required to move your team forward as a cohesive group – What your people want is not consensus, but honest conversation. They want to have an opportunity to share their perspective and input. If you as a leader will invite their […]

Tessellations and Accepting Team Roles

In my book, Rapid Teamwork, I share the five ingredients that all GREAT teams share.  One of those is setting clear expectations about team roles. Sometimes the toughest challenge for otherwise committed teammates is understanding and accepting their role.  And the best illustrations of teams fitting together and accepting roles are something called tessellations. A tessellation is […]