“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” While the origin of this proverb is highly debated, it’s unquestionably packed with wisdom. The basic premise of the age-old adage is that to have a lasting, multigenerational impact we need to develop teams that journey together which juxtaposes hastily individualism. While individuals may get to their destination quickly, developing a team fosters fortitude, longevity, and leaves a lasting impression.
Everyone Plays A Role
Developing a successful team is a complex endeavor that requires discernment as well as the use of leadership assessing tools. Knowing your teammates, and determining the traits and competencies each can offer, ensures that the teams are efficient while constantly moving toward the common goal. Furthermore, highly effective teams possess a fluid balance between risk-takers and risk-adverse, and each member plays a key role in the health and productivity of…
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