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As a leader, what do you do when you have an employee or a colleague who disrespects you in front of your team? What do »
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Noted leadership author John C. Maxwell shares a message on teamwork at Saddleback Church.
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A great team will take you further faster than you could ever go alone.
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"The key to keeping your team aligned in the midst of change or chaos is communication. Unfortunately, most leaders»
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It is often said the three qualities you want in a team player are character, competence and chemistry.  Of these, chemistry is the toughest to quantify.  Too often we default to defining chemistry as “they just fit” or “I just like them.”  Because this is highly subjective, we need a better definition. As a way […]
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The story begins with Ben seeing an announcement about walk-on tryouts for the football team taking place later in the week. Ben Malcolmson,was the reporter for the school newspaper who covered the team and he thought there might be a story he could share with the readers if he tried-out for the team. In his wildest dreams, Ben never thought he might make the team having not played football since the 5th grade, much less one of the top ranked Div»
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Here are 7 ways to make yourself invaluable to a team: Be a chief encourager. Be one who helps people feel better about themselves and their contribution to the team. Support the vision and direction. Be honest about it, but be a verbal proponent of the overall objectives of the team and where things are going. Be a known team player. Respect others. In the way you treat and respond to everyone on the team. Give more than required. That doesn’t»
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This is a guest post from Külli Koort. She is the marketing director of Weekdone, a start-up that builds team collaboration and employee progress reporting tools based on popular management methodologies like PPP and OKR. You can connect with her and the Weekdone team on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.  If you lead a team, you probably have imagined or even observed teams that work together seamlessly, always smiling and bursting of excit»
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“That the leaders took the lead in Israel, that the people offered themselves willingly, bless the Lord! (‭Judges‬ ‭5‬:‭2‬ ESV) 1. Team Leaders took the lead The first reason teams []