It is the capability of collective thinking of the team that decides its performance and success in the long run. It is the job of the manager/leader to strive to achieve a positive atmosphere, free from rigidity and envy, personal aggrandizement, in which people compete with ideas — not egos. The manager needs to instil camaraderie in the team, where it is clear that the group and its goals take precedence over the prominence of any member.
Here’s what Henry Ford, an American industrialist and the founder of the Ford Motor Company, has to say:
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In this ongoing series #GreatMinds on my blog, I am shining a spotlight on the important ideas that some very successful people keep talking about in their public life.