Elements of Success

Team Dynamics


Whilst a moment of inspiration can change many outcomes, in the long term a champion team will outperform a team of champions fairly much every single time.  Of course, the ultimate is where you have both but if you have a choice between the two the latter always wins.

What point are we trying to make.  You may be individually brilliant, or not, but if you can work with others for mutual benefit you stand a much better of chance for success if you can work effectively with others.

This series of Elements is designed to help you do just that.  Work with others, win together, have fun.  What sort of tools, attitudes and behaviours can help you succeed?  Jump in and find out.

Course Curriculum

Element 13 – Playbook 00:00:00
Element 14 – The Culture Trap 00:00:00
Element 15 – Three Things 00:00:00
Element 16 – Manifesto 00:00:00
Element 17 – 21st Century Work 00:00:00
Element 18 – Jellybeans in a Jar 00:00:00
Element 19 – Tell Me A Story 00:00:00
Element 20 – Cross Team Training 00:00:00
Element 21 – Pathfinding 00:00:00
Element 22 – Coaching and Mentoring 00:00:00

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