Very nice article called Why I Always Start a Meeting with a Check-In. From the article by Ted Lord, senior partner, The Giving Practice:
The greatest benefit of working in a group is our diversity of viewpoints and approaches; groups hobble themselves when they don’t continually give attention to creating a container of trust and shared identity that invites truth-telling, hard questions, and the outlier ideas that can lead to innovation
One antidote to over-designed collaboration is the check-in.
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