team work, one team One big reason why organizations struggle achieving the “one team” approach: The high achievers that make up the team are often opinionated, fiercely focused, and doggedly determined to get through obstacles (even if that includes their teammates).
 
It may appear to be a contradiction, but you succeed at uniting the talent of a team when you identify – and honor – the individual motivations of each individual.
 
This starts where everything starts: the heart. (It always has, and always will).
 
Average teams won’t go here: They default into thinking everyone has the same motive.
 
“This is what motivates me – therefore, this is what motivates everyone else,” the thinking goes. And demise is their fate.
 
What motivates you? (What does your heart tell you each day?) Members of high-performing teams know how their teammates answer this question.
 
Where those motives intersect, the one-team approach is activated.
 

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