Best team: Focusing on what’s best for the organisation!

In the midst of brokenness, people do not feel aligned with the organization; there is no sense of team. To address that endemic problem, a profound change in mindset needs to occur, with the belief that “we’re all in this together.”

In a values-based organization, an attitude of “best team” pervades the atmosphere. People who are committed to becoming their best selves join together in best teams that operate with mutual respect, while also challenging each other to bring out the best in each person. Instead of people pursuing their own self-interest, best teams focus on the greater good of the organisation.

Expectations are created for acceptable behavior: how to treat others, crediting the accomplishments of others, taking responsibility when things go wrong, and giving people specific feedback to help them improve.