From Blame to Collaboration

Working in a team can be challenging, especially when faced with setbacks.

In these critical moments, emotions can escalate quickly. It is almost instinctive to look for a team member to blame for the team’s lack of success.

This finger-pointing behavior is toxic ! It kills team spirit and collaboration.

Next time, resist your knee-jerk reaction and encourage an open communication. Use “I” statements instead of “you” statements. It might sound like: ‘I felt unclear about my contributions. I’d like to define our roles more clearly next time’.

How a team handles difficult situations defines it.

Have you ever experienced finger-pointing or blame within your team?

What steps can you personally take to improve communication within your team?

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