Dysfunctional teams are slower and less productive. Team members often lock down in fierce competition with each other. There's no trust. Predictably, the dysfunction carries on through to making bad decisions and little accountability for poor results.
In this article, Harold outlines the 7 sins of a dysfunctional team and 5 ways to fix it.
For so many reasons, it's important that you like your job. If you work full-time, that means that you probably currently spend the majority of your life at work.
When you add up all the physical and mental hours that you spend focused on work each week - evenings and weekends included - that factors in huge as to whether you're getting much enjoyment out of life.