If you feel like you’re managing (or working on) a dysfunctional team, this presentation is for you! One of the biggest mistakes that team leaders and organizational leaders make is not clarifying and getting consensus on how the team will work together early on. When you had a roommate in college, you probably sat with them during the first month or so to establish “house rules” to prevent you from ending up at each other’s throats as a result of inevitable conflict. Team charters represent the vehicle that teams must use to reach this same agreement. If your team hasn’t discussed each element in the team charter, they’re probably headed for misunderstandings, skirmishes, or worse. Don’t make that mistake – learn what you should include in your team charter, how to conduct the session, and what you should do to ensure there is real commitment.