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Stretching through Rapid Team Results (Part 1)

By September 7, 2013January 3rd, 2019Personal Accountability, Podcasts

While we may feel good and have a greater sense of camaraderie by attending team building events, seldom do the experiences dramatically effect team performance back at work. Execution in the form of changing habits and creating new links between people is where the magic lies to produce measurable and sustainable results. Athletic teams and theatrical performing troupes rehearse how individuals work together for the shared vision picture of success, practicing supporting one another in particular for when breakdowns occur, which they will. Rapid team results are dependent upon this coordination and shared ownership, as Mark discusses in the context of change at a large hospital in California.