Organizations are often broken down into different departments.
Your church or business may have a technology department, financial department, outreach/marketing department, and more. They’re all vying for the same thing.
To grow the organization.
While the goal of each department may be to grow the organization, that goal is frequently hindered by the attitudes held within each department.
It’s not on purpose, but each department may secretly harbor ill-will towards those “other” workers.
They see them as competition, not as team-mates. And we, as leaders, often promote this type of behavior.
How Leaders Destroy Teamwork
The little things leaders do can lead to big-time issues in their businesses. Leaders can begin to break apart the cohesive of a team without even recognizing it.
Leaders destroy teamwork when: