- How to Unlock the Hidden Power of Team Culture — Gustavo Razzetti
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How to Unlock the Hidden Power of Team Culture — Gustavo Razzetti
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Hidden Power for Human Problems
A team needs three things to become a tribe: a common purpose, shared rituals, and a trusted leader. Sometimes one person leads, sometimes more. People want connection and growth and something new. They want change. Successful tribe leaders are authentic, generous, and intellectually humble. They are aware of their fear. And willing to embrace discomfort. Great leaders challenge the status quo in spite of fear, not because of it. Fearless leaders bring the tribe together. They create movements that inspire people to follow the mission.
According to the ADPRI global study, people are 12x more likely to be fully engaged when teams trust their leaders. People care about doing exceptional work. So, what creates a sense of belonging and connection among high performing teams? Daniel Coyle outlines three signals:. However, most teams are not represented on org charts. About half of the teams where great work happens are invisible to management. Research shows that the person who knows why teams exist and who is on them is actually the team leader, not HR.
To change what one person does, change what the people around them do. Here are some key recommendations based on my consulting and research.
The first step is to make teams visible. To leverage the power of team culture, start by identifying formal and informal groups. Buckingham and Goodhall recommend using real-time technology to better understand and support team members. Creating a safe, trustworthy, collaborative, and creative environment not only encourages people to speak up. Psychological safety permits teams to develop a culture of their own.
Removing fear raises the bar. Trust is not just about getting along well. It also develops a robust low tolerance for bad apple behavior. Most clients resist their advice. They feel that encouraging team culture will create chaos. Real work happens on teams. What works for one team might not work for another. Do all successful teams have the same habits and rhythms?
What about small versus large teams?
When we try to change everything, we end changing nothing. Transforming an organization requires changing one team at-a-time. Organizations are networks of tribes. Instead of a top-down approach, we must drive change from inside-out. Teams are agents of change. Decentralize innovation and transformation. Getting to know other team members helps to build trust and collaboration.
They want to strengthen internal bondings. The quality of the relationships affects the quality of the work. Understanding working styles, personal perspectives, and what everyone brings to the table is key. It helps complement and trust each other. Design experiences to cross-pollinate best practices. Host monthly meetings, for teams to share their secrets and successes. Rotating people boost learning, creativity, and engagement, as I explained earlier. Teams have codes and specific ways of doing things.
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Some define the outcome, other their culture. Well-designed rituals create a stronger, emotional connection with the work. They make it more meaningful. Rituals shape the culture, not just behaviors. But, instead of a top-down approach, design and build your culture by leveraging existing team subcultures.
The shift is not smooth, though. All transformations are human, emotional, and messy.