Ultimately, you want a team that values conflict as a means to making bolder decisions and taking the required risks for a more exciting end. Disagreement is great, so long as the team shares conviction when a decision is made.
When you’re doing what’s never been done before, there is no map or instruction book. Thus, you’re guided by ideals, and your behavior adjusts to meet the unique contexts you find yourself in.
Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.