We all have preferences. Some of us prefer to dig into the details of a problem, while others like to stand back and look at the big picture. Most of us do both, but find one approach easier than the other. Some of us make decisions based strictly on the numbers, while others make decisions based on the perceived values or central concerns of the people involved.
If we are not educated about what these differences mean in the workplace, and the value they have in team dynamics. We can create situations that cause friction and mistrust instead of fostering healthy positive and productive relationships.
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