Not Everyone’s a Team Player. Here’s What to Say to Them to Get Them On Board

Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” Nevertheless, not everyone in a company defines success as “working together,” nor is every team member interested in coming together or keeping together. And if you’re the collaborative boss who is working with a non-collaborative colleague, you need to understand what’s getting in the way, and how to speak up it before it impacts both business outcomes and workplace relationships.

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