We’ve all seen high performing teams in action. Whether on the sports field, in the orchestra pit, meeting a deadline at work, or “getting” what our colleague means even when they didn’t say it well- the result is the same. Synergy, camaraderie, commitment to continuous improvement. Even if there’s no win or the goal isn’t met .
The truth is that the real worth of high performing team is how they deal with perceived failure. If they learn from the negative and dig into solutions as a team, continuous improvement is realized with failure recognized as a step in the process.