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The Ideal Team

  • Their people support each other and share a “can-do” attitude.
  • They communicate clear expectations and give meaningful feedback.
  • They meet their deadlines and fulfill the objectives of their projects.
  • Their meetings have purpose and lead to specific actions.
  • They deal effectively with challenges and problems.
  • Their team’s productivity is high—the quality of their work is top-notch.
  • Their team members are enthusiastic and motivated, working at top capacity.
  • They hire the best-qualified workers and know how to blend different personalities into a harmonious group.
  • Not only do their workers respect them, but so do their bosses—giving them credibility throughout the organization.

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