Alignment By Agreement

Build: How often do the best teams have enough collective confidence to be in potential agreement on almost every topic that arises – ; and rarely feel the magnitude of the personal or organizational risk that justifies the search for convergence rather than orientation? McKeever`s model, which he developed with Aveus owner and partner Linda Ireland, shows when a top team should look for consistency rather than alignment: McKeever: rarer than we liked. Think about every team you`re on. Are you aware of an issue that poses a high personal risk or a high risk to the organization your team should agree on? I guess so. There are two likely situations where the arc is moved up and to the right in the Alignment Agreement diagram, where most decisions can be aligned: either a well-established team that has developed trust over time, or a new team that has similar individual (magical) values, which immediately creates trust. Neither situation is common…