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Management article
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Reference no. F1201F
Authors: Keith Ferrazzi
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Business Review - Forethought", 2012

Abstract

Interviews with executives at top banks and research at 50 companies reveals that the best teams are candid with one another. Three ways to improve teamwork through candor and criticism are: (1) break meetings into smaller groups, (2) choose one person to deliver criticism and break silences, and (3) teach people to be less defensive about honest feedback.

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Abstract

Interviews with executives at top banks and research at 50 companies reveals that the best teams are candid with one another. Three ways to improve teamwork through candor and criticism are: (1) break meetings into smaller groups, (2) choose one person to deliver criticism and break silences, and (3) teach people to be less defensive about honest feedback.

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