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Compatibilities in Teams

In organisations, improving areas such as output, problem-solving and effectiveness requires an understanding of how teams and relationships work. Unfortunately in many organisations there is a feeling that there isn't time to deal with personal relationships. There are deadlines and goals to meet, bottom lines to achieve and they need to take priority. The fact is, when we ignore interpersonal issues in favour of %3Fdealing with more practical matters%3F because that's what we need to do to get the job done we are engaging in organisational self-deception. When interpersonal problems exist and are not dealt with the productivity of the organisation inevitably suffers. It is more true to say that organisations cannot afford not to take the time to deal with relations between people.

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Added: 2016-07-14
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