Cohesive teams are more successful. They are successful because each person on the team is included in as many large decisions as possible.
When team members feel this type of inclusion, they feel the perceived significance of their role, causing them to naturally perform better. To be the most effective, teams should to participate in dailyhuddles where each member discusses their goals and objectives for day.
This helps to avoid duplication of effort and competition between team members. These huddles keep everyone on the same playbook and enables team members to re-direct their efforts as needed.
by Sherrie Campbell for Entrepreneur