The usual perception is that teamwork cannot be separated from organizational effectiveness. However, in practice it doesn’t always work that way. Certain teams require more of collaborative work, while in others, attempts to foster such teamwork may end up spoiling the good work. So, team leaders must identify whether theirs is a high-performing team or a team of high-performing individuals. In the case of the latter, one-on-one meetings are far more effective with quarterly team get-togethers. In the case of the former, team work pays off dividends. Leaders good at talent management need to divide their group of players into certain pre-defined roles. These roles are- agenda setters, integrators, execution drivers, talent developers, diplomats, role models, architects and trailblazers. The roles may get tweaked to some extent for top management roles where the person is leading a team of executives.


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