Don't Go Along to Get Along

In a misguided effort to avoid conflict and move toward action, many teams settle for false harmony. Team members "go along to get along" and withhold their true opinions. As a result, commitment is weak and decision quality is impaired.

You know what happens next. Weak commitment leads to inaction. When things don't work out, finger pointing is inevitable. Team members who were never fully invested find it easy to separate themselves from group decisions.

The worst case scenario is groupthink, a dangerous phenomenon that is often unrecognized and can be disastrous for teams. Don't let this happen to your team. Instead, discover strategies for enlisting others and getting all voices into the mix.
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