“When you form a team, why do you try to form a team? Because teamwork builds trust and trust builds speed.” –Russel Honore
Consider the example of a team at XYZ Company, in this team the leader has ensured a good mix of diverse people – two star performers of previous year, two technical experts and three medium performing, less experienced but energetic young employees. This team still faces the challenge of surviving in the long run in spite of sufficient rewards, recognitions and frequent group meetings. Why do most teams work only because they are assigned a task together without deriving satisfaction from work? In this article let us try to first look at different people types, sources of negativity within teams and finally the 4 C’s that can almost change the way a team functions if adherence to them is regularly watched by HR managers and team members both.