- Their work life will be isolating and frustrating since they will not 'fit in' with the others without some intentional team discussions
- It's not about their strengths, it's about the job
The Job Benchmark process we use with our customers starts by creating a model of the job and then looking for the best fit for the job. People in the right job are engaged. People who are in the wrong job are not bad employees, they are just in the wrong job. Companies tend to need jobs that are complimentary. The wheel is an example of how certain functional areas in an organization create natural conflicts if team models are not used to clarify.
In business as in life, diversity drives innovation and connection if there is a sense of trust between members created through intentional exploration of each others strengths.