The team leader as well as the rest of the team must remain professional

The team leader as well as the rest of the team must

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between members of the team and leading by example. The team leader, as well as, the rest of the team must remain professional, respectful and open to all opinions, ideas and suggestions made by those in the group. Requesting that each team member take the KTS-II and identify with their own temperament type is an excellent way to support self-awareness amongst team members. The expectation that individual results of the KTS-II be referred back to prior to team meetings is an excellent way to reinforce the positive, self-awareness attitude. It is vital to the functionality of the team that they are able to work together in and efficient, effective, professional manner.
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