What you think – your thought system – drives your communication in one of two ways. You either communicate as a collaborative ally or as a competitive, dysfunctional, and emotionally immature adversary.
Teams that work as one and achieve their goals regularly seek out opportunities to improve communication. They take positive action by creating and living a Communication Work Agreement that describes their team’s agreed-upon communication style.
Right-Minded communication is a core concept in the book Right-Minded Teamwork: 9 Right Choices for Building a Team That Works as One, available at RightMindedTeamwork.com or your favorite book retailer.
To create your team’s Communication Work Agreement, follow the suggestions in the book How to Facilitate Teamwork Agreements: A Practical, 10-Step Process for Building a Right-Minded Team That Works as One.
In there, you will find two real examples of which one is a team Communication Work Agreement.