We’ve all likely heard the saying, “there’s no I in team.” Most of us haven’t heard the corollary of, “except when it comes to senior management groups, where the I’s have it.”

There are few environments more hostile to forming something resembling a functional team, than a group of people comprised of senior managers. Whether you are a member of one of these groups or the CEO in charge, it’s healthy to recognize some of the facts and myths of senior management teams and adapt your behaviors and approaches accordingly.

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