As a leader, imagine you have to choose between two types of teams to help realize your vision. Team A comprises different personalities with a shared identity where everyone is inspired and driven, individually and collectively, for a common cause or objective. Team B takes pride in the process of how they come together – formally participating in deliberation with controlled expressions and a cautious demeanor. Which team would you rather have as your team? Most people would say they would rather have Team A as their team because they believe it will yield better results. But you cannot invite chaos if there is no structure and expectations. So, how can you pick the best from both team types and achieve healthy team dynamics for optimal results?
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