It’s quite simple: You lock motivated employees together, give them a goal and then it works on its own. They become a team and celebrate success together afterward. If only it were that simple. On the way to becoming a team, there are some pitfalls to overcome. After all, we are dealing with humans.
If you look around in today’s world or even in history, you could easily conclude that pathological personality disorders are the basis for success as a respected leader. Of course, hardly any of these personalities have been officially diagnosed with the disease – this would be detrimental to their status. However, it has always caused much suffering. What would all these people answer to the most difficult of all questions: “Are you happy?”
When we were kids, we just had it. Inquisitively we absorbed everything around us: Behaviours of the elderly, views, books. We tried to understand the world and learned new things every day. Why aren’t we able to act like this that as adults? Because we push everything through the filter of our experience.