Posts Tagged ‘ team building ’
Called to Leadership?
Yesterday Trevor Nagle, ABD, on his blog Leadership Musings of a Skeptical Positivist, had a great article regarding leadership. (I have posted the link below to his blog) Trevor addresses how a person who is a “Producer” at work can be mistaken as one who is called to be a “Leader.” This actually happens often […]
Working with teams can be challenging. It can really be difficult when one team player tends to be the glory-hog of the team. Finding the right people that can work efficiently, effectively and produce the results needed takes effort on all team members part. Self-evaluation is required periodically to make sure that you are in […]
Are You A Team Player?
Team Player: “One who unites others toward a shared destiny through sharing information and ideas, empowering others and developing trust” ~ Unknown Would your co-workers say that describes you?
I Before We Makes The Team Better
Many times a manager’s focus is on getting their team to function like a team. There are hundreds of books that discuss the how to’s of making a team, but even if there were step-by-step instructions the actual task can be quite daunting. The task becomes more difficult when a new hire is added to […]
A Team Building Idea
Business owners and managers are always trying to come up with new team building strategies. Their hope is to have events that will cause their team members to grow closer together. The closer the team members are, the more trust and willingness they will have to work through the hard times together. If you have […]
The Benefits Of Cultivating a Team
Be Great…great is contagious. Ask your team, are we great? If so, what makes us great? If not, why not? Great or not great, how can we improve? These are excellent questions that need to continually be posed to our team on a regular basis so we can continue to improve on the service we […]
Creating Successful Teams
Recently at an appointment my dentist, whom I know well, was thanking me for referring one of our patients to his practice, which is something I try to do as often as I can. He and his hygienist then asked me how another employee in our office was doing, as he also is a patient there. […]