Be the person you’d want to work with

There are all kinds of ways to organize a team.

In my experience, groups that invest in growing together, encouraging one another, and holding each other accountable create better products and more fulfilled human beings.

Granted, this is easier said than done. We people are like labyrinths and often don’t even realize we’re the problem that needs fixing.

But that’s why teams that prioritize learning to trust each other are so valuable. They are a treasure to a company—and a treasure to each member of the team.

This story reveals the costs of not doing the hard work of building collaborative teams.

So while we can only do what we can do… we can—we must—at least do that.

Be the person you’d want to work with.