Jim Taggart
18/2/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 1
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Personal Mastery: The Never-Ending Quest for Self-Discovery

Personal Mastery: The Never-Ending Quest for Self-Discovery

Personal Mastery is the expression used to describe the discipline of personal growth and learning. People who possess high degrees of personal mastery are continually increasing their abilities to create the results they seek. Their never-ending...

Colorado Wilderness
16/2/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
Execute Successful Events with Colorado Event Planners

Execute Successful Events with Colorado Event Planners

Celebrations and events play an important role in our life. Whether we are attending commercial events or any residential events, we always enjoy these occasions. When we think to organize any celebration or a commercial event, it makes us conscious...

Jim Taggart
21/1/2018 · 7 min read · ~10
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Rethinking Teams and Teamwork: Getting Over the Guilt Complex

Rethinking Teams and Teamwork: Getting Over the Guilt Complex

I’m going to confuse you and pull a 180, not to be ornery but rather to question some of the past (and current) wisdom on teams. The past several posts have focused on teams and viewed them through a more or less conventional lens. So hang on,...

Jim Cody

Jim Cody

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21/1/2018
Jim Taggart
14/1/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
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Turning People On to Teamwork

Turning People On to Teamwork

My recent posts explored what it means to be a team, the five levels of teamwork, how to build performance, the four major team player types, and the four stages of team development.It’s important that leaders set the proper context—the...

Jim Taggart
7/1/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
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The Four Stages of Team Development

The Four Stages of Team Development

Today, we’ll look at the four stages of team development and incorporate the four team player styles that were presented earlier. (Reading team player styles is helpful to understanding this post.)1. Forming
: This occurs when people are first...

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