I recently worked with the board of a not for profit organisation, servicing the health sector. The board was made up of 9 volunteers, all successful business people in their right. And each one of them had strong and different opinions on every topic on the agenda.
We have all experienced it. You bring a group of highly talented people together in a team and nothing happens. Well, nothing productive anyway.
From neuro-leadership and neuro-marketing to brain games and mindfulness training, there’s a lot of talk about the brain, both in its business and personal applications.
Being an Agile Thinker is just like developing any other muscle. You have to work at it.
Here is a quick, easy and Whole Brain way to develop your mental Agility.
Few people enjoy conflict. Most of the time people actually try to avoid it. This is especially true when working in a team. It’s much smoother when everyone gets along and goes along. When everyone is coming at an issue from the same angle, it’s much easier to sidestep conflict.
Teams need talented individuals. Talented individuals who are also team players. And winning teams are always looking for ways to attract and recruit talented people.