Great teams do not hold back with one another.
They are unafraid to air their dirty laundry.
They admit their mistakes, their weaknesses
and their concerns without fear of reprisal.
There’s only one book about leading a team that I recommend to my clients and it’s this book from Patrick Lencioni.
It’s a nice read (a parabel), very insightful and it describes the process that took me years to figure out.
This is the short way to knowing how to lead a team and it turns out to be quite simple.
That’s not saying it’s easy though…