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Internal Stability

A team experiences internal stability when the needs of the team members are being met either by the team members themselves or by you as their leader.

This means you, as the leader of the team, need to be able to support team members in taking responsibility for and managing their own internal stability, and also manage the internal stability of the team. Maintaining the internal stability of a team involves:

  • Managing individual upsets in your team: coaching team members in developing their personal mastery skills.
  • Managing conflicts in your team: using your communication skills and capabilities to de-energize and resolve contrary fixed positions.

 

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