The key to successful
leadership is influence,
not authority.

The key to successful
leadership is influence,
not authority.

The key to successful
leadership is influence,
not authority.

What makes cohesive
teams so special?
A healthy culture.

​ Building trust:

Cohesive teams trust one another on a fundamental level. They get to a point where they can be completely open with one another.

 

Mastering conflict:

Teams that trust one another engage in passionate dialogue. They respectfully challenge and question one another. The goal is finding the best solution.

 

Achieving commitment:

Teams that master conflict can achieve genuine buy-in. Putting all opinions and ideas on the table increases confidence no stone is left unturned.

 

Embracing accountability:

Cohesive teams commit to decisions and performance standards hold one another accountable. They do not run to the boss to enforce accountability. Instead, they go directly to their peers.

 

​ Focusing on results:

Collective success is a priority over departmental agendas, career aspirations or ego. These teams find ways to creatively solve problems that their bosses would never imagine.

Cohesive teams can field a solution to a problem
before their competitors are done assigning blame.

What makes cohesive
teams so special?
A healthy culture.

​ Building trust:

Cohesive teams trust one another on a fundamental level. They get to a point where they can be completely open with one another.

 

Mastering conflict:

Teams that trust one another engage in passionate dialogue. They respectfully challenge and question one another. The goal is finding the best solution.

 

Achieving commitment:

Teams that master conflict can achieve genuine buy-in. Putting all opinions and ideas on the table increases confidence no stone is left unturned.

 

Embracing accountability:

Cohesive teams commit to decisions and performance standards hold one another accountable. They do not run to the boss to enforce accountability. Instead, they go directly to their peers.

 

​ Focusing on results:

Collective success is a priority over departmental agendas, career aspirations or ego. These teams find ways to creatively solve problems that their bosses would never imagine.

Cohesive teams can field a solution to a problem
before their competitors are done assigning blame.

What makes cohesive
teams so special?
A healthy culture.

​ Building trust:

Cohesive teams trust one another on a fundamental level. They get to a point where they can be completely open with one another.

 

Mastering conflict:

Teams that trust one another engage in passionate dialogue. They respectfully challenge and question one another. The goal is finding the best solution.

 

Achieving commitment:

Teams that master conflict can achieve genuine buy-in. Putting all opinions and ideas on the table increases confidence no stone is left unturned.

 

Embracing accountability:

Cohesive teams commit to decisions and performance standards hold one another accountable. They do not run to the boss to enforce accountability. Instead, they go directly to their peers.

 

​ Focusing on results:

Collective success is a priority over departmental agendas, career aspirations or ego. These teams find ways to creatively solve problems that their bosses would never imagine.

Cohesive teams can field a solution to a problem
before their competitors are done assigning blame.

Download our whitepaper.

„The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team“





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