Kevin Eikenberry

Maybe you find yourself in a new team environment and leading a team for the first time, or maybe you have been working with and leading teams forever. Either way, the keys in this article – whether as new information or a fresh reminder – can make a world of difference in morale, productivity and results from teams.

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There is little doubt that the National Football League is the national pastime of our country. And while it is an enjoyable pastime, it can also be a massive productivity sucker. So how can you balance being a football fan and being productive for the next 20+ weeks?

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If I could give you a tool or resource that would change your life in positive ways, change your results, create more happiness in your life and help you get better at anything you desired . . .  And if I could promise you that this tool would cost you nothing, require only yourself and could be used at any time . . . Would you be interested? I bet you would.

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Everyone thinks teams are a good thing.  Leaders like to form teams.  People, for the most part believe in the value and purpose of teams . . . “All of us are smarter than each of us.” and  “1 + 1 = 3” . . . are just two common phrases that reinforce and prove how pervasive our belief in teams is. And that belief is justified . . . sometimes. The fact is, sometimes we would be better off without a team – with individuals contributing as individuals. What? No team? At least not the type of team you probably think of when you think of a team.

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If you are a parent, you are familiar with these thoughts and feelings . . . Who is my child hanging out with?  Do I know the parents of those kids? What kinds of influences are they subject to?

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