As always, Tina delivers with this blog article about teamwork. I don’t always agree with the value of leaving one’s personal life at the door, however, as I think the best teams do intertwine personal support with professional productivity in a way that leads to tighter team cohesiveness and ultimate effectiveness. Nonetheless, great post, Tina!

Practical Practice Management

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In perusing the CareerBuilder website I found these 10 ways to be a better team player at work and thought I would share them with you.  We all can use a little refresher course now and then on team building.  We can make our workplaces better by improving the type of player we are.

Know the Mission: Align yourself with the company’s vision, goals and values.  Make the company’s priorities your priorities while you are at work.

Be dependable: Do what you say you are going to do.  Better yet, under-promise and over-deliver.

Project positive energy: Do not be the one to whine or criticize the company’s direction.  Be a motivator, the person everyone wants to be around.

Own up: Take responsibility for your mistakes by focusing on what you have learned rather than what you have done wrong.

Be organized: Plan your next day…

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