3 Ingredients for Building Effective Teams - Entrepreneur
Building effective teams is a common challenge for most businesses
For our family, trust is built through our night-time rituals. My wife and I invest the time in our children, even when it is hard to sit quietly and wait. For business leaders, vulnerability-based trust is a key building block that leads to healthy leadership teams. It therefore takes courage to step into vulnerability and discomfort, to admit to uncertainty, and to invest in constructive conflict. But it is essential for higher levels of commitment and accountability, for success as a cohesive team.
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Research on fearless conversations reveals how this practice leads teams to success through higher levels of commitment, role clarity, and peer accountability. In her research on vulnerability and shame, Brene Brown describes why people hold back and mask their pain. One reason is uncertainty, the ambiguous grey space between not being enough or having enough, and enough. Leaders combat the perpetual request for more all day, from their financial reports, their board meetings, and their employee meetings. So how do leaders use vulnerability-based trust to build a sense of enough?