That is perhaps the hardest part about leading a team like this, except for one thing. We all work in standards, and we all know how to follow a consensus process. My job is not so much leader, as it is chair. I have to make sure that there are plenty of straw men to throw tomatoes and eggs at, so that the team can do their best work creating a process and style that works for everyone.
It's the kind of job where you have to leave your ego at the door [but then be ready to run and grab it again later]. I both love and hate this kind of work. The results are the best, but getting there is a struggle. My favorite part about this is watching one of the team snag the ball and run down field with it for 20 or 30 yards. Enough advances like that, and we can easily score.