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Setting Team Norms Managing Team Emotions

Because teams are made up of individuals with a variety of different personalities, unique histories, perspectives and opinions—apathy, anger and other human emotions are natural consequences that can interfere with a team’s ability to be successful. Managing team emotions and consequential negative types of behavior is critical to a team’s success and at the heart of effective teams. Since teams are hotbeds of […] Read More

Teamwork Examples and Putting the Team First

Putting the team first is required of every member of a team. If team members are more focused on their own aspirations, egos, money and selfishness – the entire team suffers. Here are two inspiring examples of great teams and teammates to share with your organizations. Teamwork Example #1 – All Fifty Three Players and […] Read More

Servant Teamwork

A Giving Heart is the Best Kind of Heart. A few years ago I was having lunch with a friend who is an Emergency Room Doctor at the local hospital in our town. We sat comfortably at our favorite Mexican restaurant in a quiet booth surrounded by sombreros, colorful Spanish art and soft music eating […] Read More

Team Scoreboard Focuses on Teamwork

Teamwork Improving Tip Could you imagine any sports team seriously competing without a scoreboard? Do you think the teams would play different? Can you imagine watching the “big game” without seeing the score? How long would you continue to watch the game? In my years of experience of developing teams in business I have rarely […] Read More

Teamwork, team member, teammate, member of team questions.

3 Questions Every Teammate Must ask to Improve Teamwork In my work with teams over the years, I have used a lot of questions to provoke discussion. But nothing is more powerful than having members of teams look inward and question their true contribution to the team, their potential contribution and their level of commitment. We […] Read More