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Great Relationships and Great Teams: Five Parallels

Great Relationships and Great Teams: Five Parallels

Like many industry colleagues, I recently returned from IMEX America and have been reflecting on the importance of relationships to our business. During the flight home, I finished reading The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni in preparation for a leadership class, and found that the five characteristics that make teams effective also contribute to healthy relationships. They are:

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