How to Get the Most Out of Your Team – from a LinkedIn post

Karl McDonnell, Chief Executive Officer at Strayer, shared this post on Linked In  and I thought you might find it interesting.  I’ve only quoted a short excerpt from the original post.  To read the entire post CLICK HERE.

The three authors behind a new book entitled “Committed Teams: Three Steps to Inspiring Passion and Performance” spent time studying this phenomenon and have come up with several solutions. They recently shared five pitfalls of teamwork  with Quartz. You can click over to Quartz for the full post, but I want to highlight solutions to these pitfalls here. Here are five ways to maximize team performance:    Read more . . .

Blessings,

 

One comment

  1. John Soden

    Dr. Upchurch,
    Thank you for the post. I completely agree. I think this is also true of the classroom environment. If I seek to craft the classroom as goal oriented, clear, full of team work and engage the students so that they buy into what we are doing – the course ends up being truly rewarding, challenging and engaging.
    This also allows me to take the role of lead learner/mentor and not one of task-master.

    Blessings,
    J. Soden (Belhaven-Houston)

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