In the ideal social network everyone has a realistic perception about their own influence and capabilities.
The reality very often looks different. People overestimate their influence or capabilites and this causes friction in relationships.
Quite commonly it is not the person stepping on other peoples toes who’s pushed back to a reasonable level, but people around adapt to the space consuming behaviour of the red-liner.
The underlying tension in a social network like this can lead to people leaving the team. You might lose very talented employes due to frictions in your team.
Most often the situation isn’t that clear – frictions can arise at all spots in your team in every relationships within your team. Let us help you to identify them and find solutions to minimize the underlying tension.