Until just a few short years ago, I had no idea that anyone could actually have an intentional plan for growth or personal development. I certainly read a lot of self-help books, worked hard on my business, and admired successful people – always looking to learn from them – but for some reason I didn’t realize that I could and should be intentional about my personal growth. Then, one morning I received an email from my favourite comedian ever – Ken Davis.
Ken sent a quick invitation to check out his friend, Michael Hyatt‘s new book “Platform”.
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Team Culture is the buzzword. To align any organization’s best resource = People towards a greater, commonly shared goal, with each team member empowered to serve with their best skills put forward, encouraged to take ownership with laser-focused intensity and driven by unstoppable momentum – is the dream of every leader.
More often than not however, do we hear of quite the opposite being the case. Here are five of the most common team culture killers and how to reverse them effectively.
1. Lack of Commitment to the Organization
Coming in late and getting ready to leave on the dot is just one small sign that signifies lack of commitment to the organization.
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The world is filled with people, who rather than counting their blessings, every day, gripe about the things they don’t have. They honestly believe that if they could only have this or that they would be fulfilled and happy. Remember the days of “If only I could have that Lego set, Polly Pocket doll or ‘insert blank’, I will never ever ask for anything else again. Ever.” But what about now?
If only I had MORE OPPORTUNITY … I would prepare. I would save and invest. I would buy or sell. I would move. I would give it another shot.
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