Archives of #teamwork

Leadership Is About People and Projects

Have you ever felt this tension? If you take care of your people, you feel like you must ignore some key projects or not meet certain deadlines. Many times there just is not time for both. I believe that great leaders should give exquisite care to both their people as well as important projects. But […]
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The Best Way to Delegate: 10-80-10

Sometimes as leaders we have trouble letting go. Sometimes for a good reason. But other times, because we do not have a system to apply when we are ready to hand something off. Allow me to share with you in this post a delegation method that has always worked for me. The Best Way to […]
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Six Indicators of a Healthy Team

You want to have an awesome team, right? Me, too! When patients come into my clinic for a physical exam, I use specific criteria to see how healthy they are. Their weight, blood pressure, heart rate, and certain blood test parameters have to be within a particular range. Healing and forward progress from a physical […]
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Why Some Teams Will Never Excel

Some lessons hit me like a ton of bricks?in a good way!? This is one of them? Early in my leadership journey, I was always eager to be creating harmony in the workplace – a culture of cooperation, respect, hard work, and camaraderie in the teams I led. After all, this was my responsibility, and […]
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POWER BOOK: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

[blockquote text=’POWER BOOK is an Aspire blog that features a life changing book. Amanda Scott, an Aspire managing partner, has extensive leadership experience and in this blog features The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni. Thank you for sharing, Amanda! – Wes Saade, M.D.’ text_color=’#ffffff’ width=’95’ line_height=’undefined’ background_color=’#aaaaaa’ border_color=’#dba400′ show_quote_icon=’no’ quote_icon_color=’#dba400′]   Many […]
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Bad Attitude, You’re Fired! (Part I)

Having a bad attitude, or allowing a culture of bad attitudes, will kill our teams.? Period. Bad attitudes may be tolerated in your team, your church, your organization or your family.? Let us pledge to root?them out! You know the person with a bad attitude… They hardly smile, are?quick to complain, talk about others, gossip […]
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