I relate to the first leading question. I feel that a balanced team is one where each person plays an essential role in the team. A personal example of this would be my aquatics team. I over see the aquatics department but then it tiers off where I have a lead lifeguard and then a lead swim lesson instructor. Each lead is in charge of making the programs successful. I rely on them to create schedules and assist with in-service training for each team member in the area. I oversea the training and changes in the schedule and that the marketing, hiring, and participants are happy. Although I can run all the areas, the department works better when I have equal assistance in each area. Agree or Disagree within 2-3 sentences
A great team is the one which works at the highest efficiency level and responsively reacts at lightning speed in all situations. However, a team requires enabling conditions to thrive; a strong structure, a compelling direction, and a supportive context, for it to succeed. Also balanced teams consists of recruiting and training staff capable of making dependent decisions, thinking in systems, mobilizing key stakeholders, and learning from one another towards joint goals.