Forbes: Ineffective Tendencies

Putting the right people together—ones who get along, who play off each other’s strengths and who support each other—can be one of the most difficult aspects of being a leader, as getting the formula wrong can be disastrous for team morale and productivity. While some signs, like arguing, can be a clear indicator of an ineffective team, others may not be so easy to spot. To offer some clarity, business leaders from Young Entrepreneur Council outlined tendencies that ineffective teams often do poorly and what they would suggest they do instead to better their productivity and teamwork. Jordan Edelson, CEO of Appetizer Mobile, stated, “One thing ineffective teams tend to do poorly is communicate clearly. One way this can be fixed in order to improve productivity and teamwork is by setting agendas for meetings. By doing so, meeting points can be addressed quickly and resolutions can often be found quicker”. To read the entire article, you can visit the following link: