The hiring process often suggests six selection criteria: competency, compatibility, chemistry, character, compensation, and call. Each consideration offers a discrete perspective in the selection of new hires. Chemistry is descriptive of the interpersonal dynamics of the team. The significance of team chemistry emerges the first day on a new job.
A team should not be a homogeneous group of individuals who look, think, talk, and work alike. That is a much weaker team in terms of creativity and innovation than a group of diverse individuals. The leadership question is: Can this group work together in a high performing way? Individuals do not automatically offer their individual strengths to the team in order to work collaboratively and achieve stated performance outcomes. The strengths each member brings to the team are defined contextually by the team assignment and individual roles.
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