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Symptoms of Winning Team

Symptoms of Winning Team

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IT IS NOT THE STRONGEST OF SPECIES THAT SURVIVE NOR THE MOSTINTELLIGENT BUT THE ONE MOST RESPONSIVE TO CHANGE ---CharlesdarwinSYMPTOMS OF WINNING TEAM
Band of boy’s atmosphereAbility to pass the ballLive in present planning for futureCarrying every one along – backing under performanceA can do approachBeing attentive to 1% thingsCommon shared visionStrong personal goals yet subordinate to team goalsFocusing on competition not internal differenceNon negotiable work ethicBring in new people and ideas to prevent staleness
SYMPTOMS OF LOSING TEAMS
1.
Bureaucratic delaying decision
2.
Egos- internal competition, groupism
3.
Getting credit more important than getting the job done4.Lack of focus5.Not enough back plans
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 The same few people perform no new people or ideas.7.Too many or too few processes
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Crab mentality9.Blaming others or the environment for failure
10.
Weighed down by past failures
WHO IS A GOOD LEADER?
1.Makes the team add up to more than the sum of the parts2.Has vision and communicates to inspire3.Manages team climate4.Is trusted and respected5.Backs the team at all times
6.
Is approachable and under stands their team empowers the team,creates more leaders7.Takes them to places where they have never been before
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Is open flexible, hones and hearaholic
9.
I positive and optimistic
 
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Is courageous in decision making always works in the interest of theteam
11.
Is secure willing to surround him self with people better than him self 12.Can accept responsibility and gives credit
WHAT ASSERTIVENESS IS…. AND IS NOT
Some of us have been told that we need to be more assertive, but yet wonder if thatis really something that we want for ourselves. Do I really want to become a personwho is tough all the time, who pushes others around to get my own way? The problem is often due to a misunderstanding of the term ‘assertiveness’. There isa tendency to confuse assertiveness with aggressiveness – a quality that is notdesirable in healthy relationships. This article should help to clarify the differencebetween assertive, aggressive and passive behavior.
ASSERTIVE BEHAVIOUR
Assertiveness involves directly telling someone what you want or would prefer in sucha way as to appear neither threatening nor punishing, nor in putting down the otherperson. It is about standing up for your rights but not at the cost of violating therights of others. It also involves being able to express what you want withoutexperiencing undue anxiety while doing so. It does not involve being ‘totally honest’about one’s feelings.Assertive behavior is
Expressing your ideas clearly, but not by hitting out at others∙
Making decisions - even if your decision is not to make a decision!∙
Being clear about your point and not changing your mind if you do not want to
Listening to the other person’s point of view∙
Having self- respect and respect for other people∙
Feeling equal with others∙
Expressing feelings honestly and with care∙
Being able to reach workable solutions to difficulties
AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR
Aggressiveness also involves an expression of feelings and opinions but in a waywhich punishes, threatens, or puts down the other person. The aim is to get your ownway no matter what. If we win and get what we want it probably leaves someone elsewith bad feelings that they have lost. this could have a negative impact on futuretransactions with that person. Another possible consequence of behavingaggressively is that we might feel guilty later.

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