**A leadership superpower – collective team development**

Are you using this superpower effectively?

Continuously developing yourself and your team can have huge benefits and lead to making a big impact.

When people brainstorm a challenge or collaboratively work together to solve problems, they are developing together.

You can deliver so much more when you focus as a team. The catch is to make this part of the schedule. It is so easy to get sucked into the closest deadline.

However, consistent focus on the team creates a sense of belonging, a desirable team dynamic and increases performance.

I discussed this topic in the interview with Brad Eisenhuth for the 20th video of the series “#GlobalLeadershipHypothesis – what makes a great leader?”

Activities that you can do as a collective team:

❇️Create a list of challenges to solve together (20min brainstorms)

❇️ Create a team purpose together

❇️Analise the collective team values and supporting behaviours

❇️Creating a team communication charter

❇️Capture an overview of team strengths to leverage differences

Direct message me if you are having team challenges and would like more ideas.

Please share your ideas about developing your team as a collective in the comments.

#leadershipdevelopment#teamwork

© Talita Ferreira, CEO and founder of Authentic Change Solutions

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