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Teamwork is a Choice – Powerful Leadership Story post image

You might have noticed I have been focusing a lot lately on the power of teammates (see "Why is it Always The Leader's Fault? Who's Responsible for Teamwork?" and "The 3 Most Thought Provoking Questions a Team Member Can Ask"). Often times when we talk about teamwork, we talk mostly about the leader. We expect […] Read More

Teamwork Story to Increase Sharing and Collaboration on Teams – Team Building Activity

I love this story on teamwork I heard the other day. I think you will agree it is powerful. Feel free to share with your teams. A team of about 35 employees had come together for a team building event. They were a young, bright and enthusiastic team. However, one big problem this team had […] Read More

Make the Dream Work with Teamwork – Teamwork Story

I just heard the following wonderful story on teamwork from the play, "Some Folks Feel the Rain; Others Just Get Wet." One of the marks of a great leader is the ability to get his or her team to pull together and to feel they are a part of something really special (vision). One of […] Read More

Diversity on Teams and In Organizations

Team diversity can't be overlooked as a big advantage. If you are someone who likes working on teams of people just like you, that may be a big mistake. Research and studies show that team¬†diversity is a good thing. For example, a study talked about on NPR showed that research papers written by multicultural teams […] Read More

Team Collaboration – Polished Rocks – Team Conflict

Teamwork in the workplace can be difficult. Teams at work often consist of a variety of conflicting personalities and styles. Getting to a point in which a team can collaborate and work in harmony can be a difficult task for a leader and takes time. I love the following metaphor on teamwork from Steve Jobs […] Read More