How to create a successful team

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr When hiring, we look for employees whose experience and skills will elevate our organization. And even outside the business world – like in sports – leaders are willing to spend big bucks to get the best.But talent isn’t the only thing that equals success. Each of us have unique personalities and characteristics that influence the way we interact with others.An article on Kellogg Insight – from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management – examines research that sought to determine which matters more: talent or teamwork. While the researchers analyzed the success of sports teams, those findings are easily translated to business. Because in the end, we’re all pushing ourselves and our organizations to “win.”The researchers determined that talent is a big component of success. You need strong employees that have the knowledge, skills and motivation to win. But an individual’s success can’t buoy your entire organization. That’s where the ability to work with others comes into play. continue reading »last_img

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