Teams produce results that individuals simply can’t, acting alone. Today, the workplace is a maze of nested teams: intact, cross-functional, project, virtual – and the pressure is on teams to perform and re-form at an astonishing rate. Teams exist to produce results. Research shows that the most successful teams have the means in place to take action, and they build effective relationships to motivate and sustain action. Having the tools and materials is not enough to achieve outstanding results without a high level of positive engagement and a way to neutralise negativity.