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A LOOK BACK IN HISTORY, WORLD CLASS TEAMS IN 1992

Posted on: September 7th, 2015 by CPTadmin No Comments

The former captain of New Zealand’s All Blacks rugby team wrote about how to develop superlative performers, which included signs and qualities of greatness. Three interesting qualities: divine discontent, discipline, and politics. They are worth considering in today’s corporate environment.

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LEADERSHIP ADJECTIVES: OVERUSE LEADS TO MEANINGLESS WORDS!

Posted on: August 31st, 2015 by CPTadmin No Comments

What adjectives do you use to describe your leadership style? They probably parrot corporate jargon. “I’m a leader who is inclusive, clear, collaborative, and focused on results. I am a coach, mentor, and a team player. Etc., etc., etc.” Do any of these words really distinguish you from the rest of the pack? Probably not!

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