Have you ever been in a situation where a leader or co-worker offers up an idea and everyone agrees without much discussion? Some people may not view this as a problem, but this is an example of groupthink. Groupthink is the practice of thinking or making decisions as a group in a way that discourages individual responsibility, limits collaboration and decreases creativity.
An intentional approach at avoiding groupthink helps employees work better as a team. Read the full article at Apex Benefits for some practical tips on how to ensure the individual voices within your group are being valued and heard.