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Date: Jul 1, 2008 

The 17 Indispensable Laws of Teamwork


Why do some teams struggle to survive while others easily excel?

Today's work environment takes a heavy toll on individuals and on the teams on which they work. Efforts to increase productivity routinely push team members outside of defined job descriptions and beyond personal comfort levels. The drive for efficiency requires today's managers and supervisors to do more with less. While workloads and standards of quality rise, fewer resources and fewer staff are available to meet the challenge.

Declining job stability and higher employee turnover place additional strain on teams as managers and team members must adjust to growing demands.

How can today's teams overcome the challenges of the modern workplace to perform with excellence?

Each participant will learn what it takes to be a valuable team player and an exceptional team leader. Drawing from research and the team-building experiences of John C. Maxwell, The Laws of Teamwork are proven principles to guide your team toward it's goals. Teamwork is a prerequisite for success, and investing in your teams will yield enormous benefits for your entire organization.

1-Significance
2-Big Picture
3-Niche
4-Mount Everest
5-Chain
6-Catalyst
7-Compass
8-Bad Apple
9-Countability
10-Price Tag
11-Scoreboard
12-Bench
13-Identity
14-Communication
15-Edge
16-Morale
17-Dividends

     

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