The Benefits of Collective Confidence in a Group

22 October 2011 | Posts

The differences between one team or organization and another are always surprising to notice.


Some teams are pro-active, energetic and determined while others are apathetic and seem overwhelmed by their day-to-day tasks. They give the impression that their situation is much more difficult than that of others.


But is it really? I don’t think so.


In my opinion, what differs is that some groups are able to come to terms with reality while others stay focused on what they wish it would be.


This difference can have a huge impact on the organization’s overall performance, the resulting productivity and the leadership and pro-activity of its workers. It affects the individuals within and outside the group or the organization.


A sustained collective confidence is necessary to establish innovation and adaptation within groups and organizations.


Edith Luc


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