How low self-awareness destroys teams
Most of us believe that we know ourselves better than anyone else better could. That is why we feel hurt when we’re suddenly told or presented with evidence that we are actually not as good as we think we are.
If you have employees who are self-aware, your job as a manager can be easier because feedbacks become positive as much as constructive. They would have figure out already that there were gaps in their performance and most likely seek assistance on how to rectify them.
Self-awareness is the manner knowing who we are and how we’re seen. In order to achieve leadership effectiveness, superior job performance and success in a job, self-awareness is important. However, it seems that self-awareness is remarkably in short supply particularly in Perth workplaces.
At offices and workplaces, we often see unaware colleagues or people who, despite past successes, solid qualifications, or irrefutable intelligence, display a complete lack of insight into how they are coming across.
Employees and colleagues who are not self-aware are not just frustrating, but they also dramatically reduce the team’s chances of success. In most cases, other consequences of working with unaware colleagues include increased stress, decreased motivation, and a greater likelihood of leaving one’s job.
In order for you to enhance your team’s performance, you need to have considerable insight into your employees. However, this task is virtually impossible if you lack insight into yourself. Excellent performance appraisals require addressing self-awareness and, if necessary, do some building in this area. One of the most valid and effective sources of information that can strengthen your self-awareness is the feedback that you’ve received over the years.
One of the contexts in which self-awareness is especially critical is in teamwork. A self-aware employee would be acutely aware of whether their contribution to the team’s objective is valuable.
So if you want to learn more about self-awareness and teamwork, you should definitely read this blog post: https://www.watoday.com.au/business/small-business/how-low-self-awareness-destroys-teams-20181220-p50ndu.html