It has long been known that high individual performance does not translate to a winning team. Traditionally, high performers in business have strong power and status drivers. These key values drive them to achieve high results, compete aggressively and not give up. I have personally had experience where a new high profile business was led by the global leaders in their areas, but the results were inhibited by infighting, politics and jockeying for position.  

Research now shows that creativity, decision making and thought process is lower in a team of executive superstars.


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