Category: Leading Teams
Have you ever been in a meeting with little or no conflict, where it ended with a lack of collaboration or, worse, in a harmful group-think situation? These meetings are especially frustrating. A lack of functional conflict often prevents teams from achieving their full potential. Collaboration thrives on great discussion and dialogue, where teams explore and dissect a topic or problem from multiple, divergent perspectives. While difficult, creating the right conditions for functional conflict is achievable.
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