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Isn’t a common purpose enough to build a strong team?

The Houston Rockets’ basketball season ended this week with a devastating playoff loss to the Golden State Warriors. Shortly after the game ended, a headline appeared on espn.com: “Rockets’ season ends and the truth comes out.” 712 more words

Leadership

Google's Surprising Insights on Team Effectiveness

After two plus years of rigorous research leveraging over 200 interviews focused on 250 attributes of 180 active teams, Google’s People Operations (think HR department with analytics capabilities) determined there is one question that every leader should be asking themselves if they are seeking to create an effective team… 1,025 more words

Leadership

With Rank Comes Privilege...Part 11 The unexpected, the win and why you should care

THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENS…

Patricia and I got jobs. 

Police jobs.  She was hired first, and he was so impressed with her he asked if the “other” officer was any good and needing a job.  1,857 more words

With Rank -> Privilege

The Seven Characteristics: Introduction

Something that I carry with me, for use in a lot of different areas, are a little something known as the Seven Characteristics. What are the Seven Characteristics? 801 more words

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Motivation from kapiriganem

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Bitterness towards the world around you, especially the achievement of others, will never solve your problems, only your action can do that. 143 more words

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Out of Many

United We Stand

Perhaps you’ve heard the term “United we stand. Divided we fall.” This is a great truth that was purportedly penned in a fictional piece titled, The Four Oxen and the Lion, attributed to Aesop. 550 more words

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