When thinking about high-performing teams, it’s important to first consider how “I,” as an individual, work. Everyone on the team, including team leaders, must have self-awareness of their own behavioral preferences, abilities, strengths, and cautions and abilities before they can understand and lead others.

Your Team

Measure the vitality of a work group, their capacity to achieve great results, and their readiness to meet new challenges. Just like self-awareness, team awareness is critical to successful outcomes. A team is mixed up of so many different individuals that all create a unique blend of skills, behaviors, and ideals. So how do you make sure you lead a team the way they need?