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Posts Tagged ‘team player

27
Apr

      It’s NBA Playoff season, which made me think of coach Phil Jackson.  I have written about Jackson’s brilliant team leadership before. Read about how he chose (not) to deal with a poor performer here. I particularly love one of his quotes: “The strength of the team is each member. The strength of […]

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29
Jan

This is the second post inspired by my interview with Canadian Olympic Women’s Soccer coach John Herdman.  [To read the first post on the characteristics of excellence, click here.] John and I will be among the speakers at the upcoming XL Leadership Summit this February in Vancouver.  John is totally amazing and as sophisticated a […]

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08
Jan

Are you a real team player who makes an effort to promote healthy and harmonious dynamics on your team? If so, great.  We need more people who are willing to invest in effective teams.  Before you get too complacent about your contribution, take a look at some of these ways that good intentions can have […]

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20
Oct

I’VE HAD IT! I am so fed up with people who think they are too important to put their dishes in the dishwasher.  Who ARE you people? What makes you exempt from the basic manners of community living? All I’m asking is that you open the dishwasher door and stick your lousy mug in. No unloading. […]

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25
Aug

If for the last two years, the only way you have responded to the question “how are you?” is with the word “busy,” then you need to stop and ask yourself if you have brought it upon yourself. We have a major problem with people needing to be included in everything and then suffering from […]

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17
Jul

In my upcoming book, You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done, I talk about the five things you can do to change your team for the better.  The first of these is to Start with a Positive Assumption.  As team members, we each have a responsibility to overcome […]

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05
Apr

Even if you’re the most conscientious, friendly, and collaborative person around, you probably did something today that detracted from the effectiveness of your team. Find at least one of these that you can work on to make tomorrow a better day than today. 1. You slogged away doing something you weren’t good at. Tomorrow, put […]

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01
Apr

I hear complaints about workload and being stretched all the time. Unfortunately, the people who are over-extending themselves are the same people who say “yes” to everything anyone throws at them.  This blog contains a video and free worksheet to help you figure out when and how to say “no.” Based on the response to […]

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