In any team, its leader’s resilience under pressure is extremely important, but not the only parameter as team members may behave in different or unpredicted patterns. This is because of a Heat Curve that often develops in between work. Cohesion increases when breakthroughs take place, but conversely go south during breakdowns. Thus three approaches have been deduced to increase the overall team resilience and thus greater cohesion. First of all, the team members must try to know about each other before the work actually begins. There must be complete transparency within the group so that trust can be forged. There must be minimum lag in terms of time between developing the corporate strategy and actually getting down to implementing the same.


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