People become better – or worse – human beings just because they’re on your team.
Sure, you didn’t see it coming. But you see the way forward. And you have the advantage of you.
In the act of ensuring others matter, you matter more. Which means you shape a grander, more eloquent narrative from which we all operate.
What’s the reality for those on your team? Are they merely on a team or on a team destined to do something special?
Most people are aching for great team experiences while at work because they know it’s the only way big things will be achieved.
Not long ago, meetings were called to share information. To operate that way today, however, is to put your team at a disadvantage.