At Times BC professionals are hyper-focused on their job, and that can be a good thing. You may say no to projects that do not fit and you may have to say no to projects to get to a yes. However, you do not want to be siloed. The silo mindset does not appear accidentally nor is it a coincidence that most organizations struggle with interdepartmental turf wars. When we take a deeper look at the root cause of these issues, we find that more often than not silos are the result of a conflicted leadership team.