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Team Players Stop Competing Against Each Other, They Compete Against Standards

by | May 29, 2017

Ensure that every member of your team are clear about your team purpose.

You encourage them to answer the following questions individually and in private.

  1.  What do you believe is the major purpose of our team?
  2. What is your vision about our team? Describe what our team would look like on a day-to-day basis if it were living up to its potential.
  3. How many of our teammates share the same team vision and potential?
  4. How many of our teammates work together to make our team better? Please cite specific situations.
  5. What are the progress you’ve seen since you joined our team?
  6. What motivated you to become a better member of our team?
  7. What radical change we need to do to make everyone be fired up by our purpose?

Answer these questions too. These will help you find ways to make your team purpose crystal clear to everyone.

Jef Menguin

P.S. Find out how I can help you as a team building speaker.

Jef Menguin

Jef Menguin

Professional Speaker

I work with clients in designing and implementing competency-based leadership development programs. I am good at creating leadership learning experiences that support wildly important organizational goals.

Four times a month, I facilitate team building exercises. I lead a pool of team building facilitators too — and I welcome workplace practitioners who want to learn how to do it professionally.

I am the president of Starfisher Asia, a people development consulting company. I live in Los Banos, Laguna.

You can use the form at the bottom of this page to get in touch with me.

How can I help?

Tell me about your training goals and leadership projects and we’ll set up a time to talk.

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