Teamwork is an important part of any company’s success, and it’s a skill every job seeker should possess. But, not every team works perfectly. There are a number of reasons why teamwork can break down, and we asked Movin’ On Up readers what they thought was the biggest factor for teamwork break down.
With more than 400 votes, the results are:
- (delete extra space) Poor leadership – 26%
- Poor communication – 22%
- Disengaged team members – 19%
- Unclear goals – 15%
- Narcissism/One-upmanship – 13%
In addition, 5% of readers selected “other” and cited reasons including:
- Lack of recognition
- Hostile work environment
- Trust issues
- Attitude problems
- Lack of support
- Unequal pay
According to a similar poll on Refresh Leadership, Express Employment Professionals blog for business leaders, employers agree. Business leaders cited the number one reason teamwork breaks downs as “poor communication” with 30% of the votes, and “poor leadership” with 26%.
Why do you think poor leadership and poor communication lead to teamwork breakdown? Share with us in the comments section below.
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