4 Essential Pieces of Information You Should Have About Your Team Members Excerpt:
Openness is great, of course, but it has drawbacks when it comes to teams at work — especially small ones. Some employers are taking transparency to an extreme, spying on employees to gain more insight into their actions. But what they’re gaining — copies of emails, snippets of social media posts — aren’t telling them what they really need to know.
What makes high-performing teams great is that they keep track of what’s relevant to fuel growth; nothing more, nothing less. It’s easy to confuse gossip with useful information, but there are really only a few essential details you need to know: