Using a democratic leadership style that involves and engages team members.
Using a blend of rational and intuitive decision making methods, depending on that nature of the decision task.
Ensuring that the team mutually constructs shared meaning, using effective communication methods and channels.
Valuing a diversity of experience and background in team, contributing to a diversity of viewpoints, leading to better decision making and solutions.
Trusting in other team members and trusting in the team as an entity.
Dealing with conflict openly and transparently and not allowing grudges to build up and destroy team morale.
Goals that are developed using SMART criteria; also each goal must have personal meaning and resonance for each team member, building commitment and engagement.
Each team member understands what they must do (and what they must not do) to demonstrate their commitment to the team and to support team success.
The bonds between the team members allow them to seamlessly coordinate their work to achieve both efficiency and effectiveness.
An overall team culture that is open, transparent, positive, future-focused and able to deliver success.