"Achievement of specific goals starts with recognizing how people act and where behavioral dynamics can drive performance. Taking a look at key behavioral components of a team can accelerate the goal achievement process.
Expressiveness: Are there different times for collaborative discussion and personal reflection set up for the team? These different times tailor to a broad spectrum of people and how they prefer to express their thoughts and feelings. Allow for expression to flourish, both in smaller 1-on-1 discussions and larger meeting/brainstorming settings.
Assertiveness: Are we pushing hard enough to capture this goal? Are we pushing too hard at the cost of relationships? Certain
situations call for a more laid back approach while others require a driving approach. Take stock of who is on the team and who is able to provide those perspectives naturally and empower them to do it.
Flexibility: Given today’s rapidly changing environment, are we open to these shifts and direction pivots with short notice?
Can we still stay on track and focused without limiting our opportunities? The flexibility within the team will create a full
spectrum-approach to knowing when to keep on track and when to change paths.
Coordinating behavior ensures that the diverse, holistic approach to goals will drive high performance. It will also unlock a continual approach to goal achievement based on natural actions and tendencies." (Article by Mark Miller, Emergenetics)
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