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4 important characteristics that make a team "not easily subdued" by challenges:
Through research and experience coaching many leading leaders, experts from Lee Hecht Harrison – the world's leading organization for human resource solutions, and Ferrazzi Greenlight – a consulting and training company have identified four important characteristics that make up a resilient team including : Candid, Resourceful, Understanding and Humble.

Candid: A resilient team will share the truth to identify and address the challenges they face.

Resourcefulness: A resilient team is when the team has strong-spirited members who quickly recover from defeat and are always ready to welcome new challenges. They dedicate their energy to solutions and focus on results regardless of external conditions.

Understanding and empathy: A collective that "does not succumb" to challenges is individuals who really care about each other. Whether the team quickly recovers from difficulties depends on whether the individuals in the team are committed to team cooperation or are hard at work seeking recognition or success for themselves.

Modest: A collective is considered only "resilient" when they are willing to acknowledge a problem that becomes difficult to solve and asks for help from others in the group or within the organization. They do not hide their challenges but will look to the team, the team to face the challenge and find a solution.

What will help the members of the organization be more resilient in the face of difficulties:

1. Change the way you see difficulties
The difficulty is that the opportunity will help us to see our strengths and weaknesses and motivate us to overcome our own limits to quickly find a solution to the current situation.

2. Action plan:
The action plan must be put in place as soon as we have a clear understanding of the weight of the current situation we are facing. Immediately, consider what steps we can take and take control of the situation. Stay calm and come up with action plans, consider scenarios, and change as the situation changes.

3. Accepting change is part of life
One important thing to deal with a crisis is to accept change. The bravest people are the people who are able to adapt quickly to the situation. They focus on preparing for changes and learning to be flexible and adapt to market changes.

4. Exit the comfort zone
The longer we stay in a safe zone, the fewer opportunities we have to grow.
"Try it even if it fails, but don't fail because you've never tried" ―John Quincy Adams.

The decision may or may not beright , but immediately we will learn the lesson and change our way of doingit. If you can't do it, do it again. If you don't do well, you find a way to do better. Failure does not represent the value of any individual or organization if they are always renewing their mindset and trying to overcome their own limits and break down barriers in thinking.

5. Trust the Leader
In any situation, Trusting our Leader is the most important factor.
A team that shares the same voice and solidarity will create great strength to help businesses overcome all difficulties and challenges.

*Source: bluec.vn/hbr.org


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