A group of people working on something at the same time does not automatically make them a team.
So it begs the question:
Should you build teams around people you are naturally compatible with so you can all get along?
Or is there a benefit to hiring diversity in behavioral styles? If so, is the tradeoff worth it?
After all, you want high performance, not high maintenance. Amirite?
On the surface, it appears one would be best-served hiring people who are...
I'm always searching for ways to serve my readers.
And one of the things I hear is that you need help figuring out how to maximize the resources you have - namely, your team.
AND you need a way to do it that's effective, yet quick and easy to implement.
I got to work and put together this guide that outlines the four main personality types and a quick-reference sheet that reveals how to lead by personality style.