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Team dynamics can be tricky. Sure, you might be doing your best to fulfill all your roles and meet your responsibilities, but sometimes your fellow team members aren’t exactly doing the same. And you can’t call them out on it, right? Not without creating waves and causing havoc among your colleagues. Or so you’d think.

What if holding each other accountable not only became acceptable within a team, but encouraged and expected? What if you had such a high level of comfort, trust and respect for each other, you were able to speak freely and help each other maintain focus and productivity? Wouldn’t that be amazing? Not only is this possible, I can help you get there.


Here are some articles on conflict, commitment, coaching, and connections.


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Team Conflict? It Ain’t So Bad

Believe it or not, there’s a healthy kind of conflict that can help teams strengthen, grow and be more productive than ever. The absence of conflict can be a poison. Read how to tell the difference and how it can move a team forward.  Read more


Team putting hands together as a commitment to each other

Ready for Team Commitment? Just Say, “I Do!”

Team commitment is a crucial part of cohesive teamwork. When you don’t have it, your team won’t be successful in the long-run. It’s that simple. How do you get more commitment from your team? Read about the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team.  Read more


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Yes, Bosses Need Coaching Too

What happens in the trenches will always be determined by what happens at the executive level. When managers and leaders demonstrate true humility and desire for everyone to reach their full potential, subordinates will reciprocate with their loyalty and hard work. But how do you know when and how to demonstrate this valuable skill? Here is a quick read and recommendation.  Read more



Team working together 7 Tips On Building Better Connections With Your Team

Not only do team leaders have to anticipate bumps in the road, they must also be experts in time management, and display legitimate executive presence. This means exhibiting the proper balance of passion, optimism, humility, generosity and authenticity.  Read more


If you’d like to find out more about how to maximize your team’s performance, contact me and I’ll be happy to tell you more about it. In the meantime, download our free guide 5 Ways to Build a High-Performance Team and get started building a team with a high level of comfort, trust and respect for each other. Here’s to being able to speak freely and help each other maintain focus and productivity.


5 Ways to Build a High-Performance Team



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