6 Secrets of Top Performing Work Teams | TIME
Eric Barker stashed this in Diabolical Plans For World Domination
How well do they need to get along?
Remember the 5 to 1 ratio.
It turned out that the fifteen high-performance teams averaged 5.6 positive interactions for every negative one. The nineteen low-performance teams racked up a positive/negative ratio of just .363. That is, they had about three negative interactions for every positive one…