Published: 03 August 2023
Executive teams working loosely together rather than as a cohesive team can’t address the ongoing complexity enterprises face. Executive leaders should apply lessons from elite-level artistic swimmers to improve team togetherness and thrive as a high-performing team.
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Executive leadership teams (ELTs) in high-performing companies are more likely to spend time on team building and helping each other develop.
84% of executive leadership teams from high-performing organizations agree that shared accountability for meeting objectives is key.
Ninety-seven percent of executives agree that increased effectiveness of their executive teams will have a positive impact on organizational results.
Executives that are struggling to build team cohesion should adopt lessons from the practices of elite-level artistic swimmers:
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