Often times in our workshops, we discover how individual personalities dictate the role they people play within their team. Harvard Business Review recently did a report on this very thing.
“Google’s research implies that the kinds of people in the team are not so relevant. While that may be true at Google, a company where people are preselected on the basis of their personality (or “Googliness”), this finding is inconsistent with the wider scientific evidence, which indicates quite clearly that individuals’ personalities play a significant role in determining team performance.”
Check out the full article here: https://hbr.org/2017/01/great-teams-are-about-personalities-not-just-skills
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