Why Your Team Should Disagree More

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People disagreeing at work: it's a common problem. And the common solution? Stop disagreements and build cohesion.

But what if leaders embraced disagreement? The real issue isn't the disagreement itself, but how it's handled. My ideal state for the teams I coach isn't a world where no friction exists and where everyone holds hands and sings kumbaya. It's one where people air disagreements via respectful, productive discourse.

What do you think?