ONE IN WHICH MEM­BERS ARE IN­TER­DE­PEN­DENT ON ONE AN­OTHER FOR MEET­ING GROUP GOALS?

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If so, they should also be ac­count­able to one an­other for work­ing to­gether to achieve those goals, in­clud­ing how they rely on, work with and make de­ci­sions to­gether. Yet when you crit­i­cise in pri­vate for be­hav­iour that oc­curred in a team meet­ing or af­fects the team, you un­der­mine team mem­bers’ accountability to one an­other. You send the mes­sage that team mem­bers are ac­count­able only to you, not to the team. You also send the en­tire team the mes­sage that they don’t need to hold one an­other ac­count­able – you’ll do it for them. In short, you shift ac­count-

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