Teams need time to talk. Interruptions into your busy schedule might be annoying. They might even be disruption. What if within those interruptions you could find new keys to better performance? What if in those interruptions were the secrets to solving the problems of your team?
You never know. When a leader gives a team member their complete and full attention, wonderful things happen. Growth, change, bonding, efficiency.
Yes, even efficiency. That interruption that feels like a hassle might end up making your team more efficient and complete, like a fabulous jazz band that improvises without missing, or a sports team that never drops the ball. Cohesive, collaborative teams come from communicating. Why not talk more?
Unless we take time to talk we may not have time for anything else.
Take time to talk.
-- doug smith