Collaboration – a Key Success Factor for Effective Teams

Phil Holberton

Phil Holberton

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Teams need to collaborate to be effective – getting along with one another and focusing on the objectives or mission of the team to achieve its goals. Today there is more and more pressure to meet team objectives – there is not enough slack in the economy to be wasteful of our time and our focus. Never before in our history have we been challenged to collaborate more with each other. No longer can we accomplish our objectives on our own.

Over the ensuing weeks and months, the Speaking of Leadership® Blog will help Build Exceptional Teams with Tips about Best Management and Collaboration Practices. Readers will need to internalize the material and put it to daily use in order to reap the full benefits of its message.

This Blog focuses on helping readers keep in front of mind the best practices for collaborating with one another. From establishing your team charter, to embracing the team’s values, each team member wants to understand the keys to effective collaboration and team management. Your understanding of these principles will be a GIANT step towards being more effective and achieving all you set out to accomplish.

Speaking of Leadership® Blog helps Build Exceptional Teams with Tips about Best Management and Collaboration Practices.

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