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Course Correcting: How to Get Wayward Interdisciplinary Teams Back on Track

Jason Tee has led and been a member of interdisciplinary teams as an experienced strength and conditioning coach and sport science practitioner. Jason shares his thoughts and experiences on how to turn your team around

Interdisciplinary teams can be fertile grounds for exciting and mutually beneficial collaborative working relationships.

Unfortunately, on the flip side, they can also be a disruptive network where tension and hostility thrive. Leadership has an important role to play in steering interdisciplinary teams towards the productive and collaborative approach. Sometimes, interdisciplinary teams lose their direction, or perhaps you have inherited a team with existing dysfunctions. This is a guide to help you get back on track!

Refresh the vision

When a group of individuals work together, they need a clear and compelling goal – an inspiring vision to galvanise the individuals as a collective team. Occasionally, there is a disconnect in sporting organisations, where the vision is dreamed up by the board, written by the marketing team, printed in the club prospectus, added to the walls… and then remains unchanged for years.

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