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TEAMWORK : 

TEAMWORK

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Every day, in some way, you are part of a team. Will your involvement with others be successful?

Andrew Carnegie : 

Andrew Carnegie Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.

Vince Lombardi : 

Vince Lombardi Individual commitment to a group effort-that is what makes a team work. The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual. Teamwork is what the Green Bay Packers were all about. They didn’t do it for individual glory. They did it because they loved one another.

Knute Rockne : 

Knute Rockne The secret of winning football games is working more as a team…less as individuals. I play not my 11 best…but my best 11.

Benjamin Franklin : 

Benjamin Franklin We must indeed all hang together, or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.

Paul “Bear” Bryant : 

Paul “Bear” Bryant In order to have a winner, the team must have a feeling of unity; every player must put the team first-ahead of personal glory.

Bud Wilkinson : 

Bud Wilkinson If a team is to reach its potential, each player must be willing to subordinate his personal goals to the good of the team.

Michael Jordan : 

Michael Jordan Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships. Dean Smith to Michael his freshmen year at UNC, “Michael, if you can’t pass, you can’t play.”

Joe Paterno : 

Joe Paterno When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence, excellence becomes a reality.

Henry Ford : 

Henry Ford Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.

Thomas Edison : 

Thomas Edison On why he had 21 assistants, “If I could solve all the problems myself, I would.

Ken Blanchard : 

Ken Blanchard None of us are as smart as all of us.

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Sometimes a team member can turn a winning team into a losing one, either through lack of skill or a poor attitude. Put the team first and make changes for the greater good.

Teamwork Quotes : 

Teamwork Quotes “It’s amazing how much can be accomplished when no one cares who gets the credit.” TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More There is no I in TEAM A succesful team beats with one heartbeat “An army of one” Many hands make light work.

The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork : 

The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork John C. Maxwell

1. The Law of Significance : 

1. The Law of Significance One is too small a number to achieve greatness. You cannot do anything of real value alone. Individuals play the game, but teams win championships If it’s significant, it takes a team.

Woodrow Wilson : 

Woodrow Wilson “Teamwork is birthed when you concentrate on “we” instead of “me.”

Andrew Carnegie : 

Andrew Carnegie “It marks a big step in your development when you come to realize that other people can help you do a better job than you could do alone.”

2. The Law of the Big Picture : 

2. The Law of the Big Picture The goal is more important than the role. If you think you are the entire picture, you will never see the big picture. Winning teams have players who put the good of the team ahead of themselves. The people on a team will sacrifice and work together only if they can see what they’re working toward.

“Magic” Johnson : 

“Magic” Johnson “Everybody on a championship team doesn’t get publicity, but everyone can say he’s a champion.”

Ray Kroc : 

Ray Kroc “No one of us is more important than the rest of us.”

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Only when players come together and give up their own agendas can a team move up to a higher level.

3. The Law of the Niche : 

3. The Law of the Niche All players have a place where they add the most value. Having the right people in the right place is essential to team building.

How Do I Find My Niche? : 

How Do I Find My Niche? Be secure in yourself. Get to honestly know yourself. Trust your leader (coach). See the big picture. Rely on your experience. Learn from your failures and successes.

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You are most valuable where you add the most value.

4. The Law of Mount Everest : 

4. The Law of Mount Everest As the challenge escalates, the need for teamwork elevates. What is your Everest, your dream (MIC, state championship)? Your team must be the size of your dream. Many people focus to much attention on their dream and too little on their team. Make it happen!

5. The Law of the Chain : 

5. The Law of the Chain The strength of the team is impacted by it’s weakest link. A wink link will eventually come to light. Not everyone wants to go on the journey. Not everyone should or can go on the journey. That doesn’t mean they are bad people.

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“Water seeks it’s own level.”

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If you are a team leader, you cannot avoid dealing with weak links. Example: Remember the Titans.

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You lose the respect of the best when you don’t deal properly with the worst.

6. The Law of the Catalyst : 

6. The Law of the Catalyst Winning teams have players who make things happen. Catalysts are get-it-done-and-then-some people. The road to the next level is always uphill. That’s why a team that reaches its potential always possesses a catalyst.

Traits of a Catalyst : 

Traits of a Catalyst Good work ethic. Good skill level. Has fun. Can stir up the team. Relates well to the team. Controlled when emotional.

Three Kinds of Players : 

Three Kinds of Players 1. People who don’t want the ball (can’t handle the pressure, don’t want the responsibility). 2. People who want the ball but shouldn’t (egos are too big, don’t know their own talent level). 3. People who want the ball and should (go to players, put the time in, highly skilled).

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Catalyst are not consultants. They don’t recommend a course of action. They take responsibility for making it happen.

7. The Law of the Compass : 

7. The Law of the Compass Vision gives team members direction and confidence. Great vision precedes great achievement. People won’t reach for the future until they have touched the past. When you see it, you can seize it.

Charles Noble : 

Charles Noble “You must have a long-range vision to keep you from being frustrated by short-range failures.”

Michelangelo : 

Michelangelo “Lord, grant that I may always desire more than I can accomplish.”

King Solomon : 

King Solomon Where there is no vision, the people perish.

8. The Law of the Bad Apple : 

8. The Law of the Bad Apple Rotten attitudes ruin a team. Good attitudes among players do not guarantee a team’s success, but bad attitudes guarantee its failure. The winner’s edge is attitude, not aptitude. If you want outstanding results you need people with great talent and awesome attitudes.

Lou Holtz : 

Lou Holtz You can’t win without good athletes, but you can lose with them.

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People tend to pick up the attitudes of those they spend time with. Bad attitudes compound faster than good ones-fight it! Roger Bannister-1st sub 4 min. mile. 1954 Then dozens of others broke it, why? Most bad attitudes are a result of selfishness.

9. The Law of Countability : 

9. The Law of Countability Teammates must be able to count on each other when it counts. “We don’t work for each other; we work with each other.”

Countability Formula : 

Countability Formula Character+Competence+Commitment+Consistency+Cohesion= Countability

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When your teammates can’t make it, you carry them the rest of the way for the sake of the team. Army Ranger motto: “Leave no man behind.”

10. The Law of the Price Tag : 

10. The Law of the Price Tag The team fails to reach its potential when it fails to pay the price. When a team fails to reach its potential it is seldom a matter of ability or resources, it is always a payment issue.

Dwight D. Eisenhower : 

Dwight D. Eisenhower “There are no victories at bargain prices.”

11. The Law of the Scoreboard : 

11. The Law of the Scoreboard A team can make adjustments when it knows where it stands. If a team is to accomplish its goals, it has to know where it stands. The scoreboard provides a snapshot of the game at any given time. The scoreboard may be your grades, max results, bank statements, etc.

12. The Law of the Bench : 

12. The Law of the Bench Great teams have great depth. A great starter alone is simply not enough if a team wants to go to the highest level. Every human being has value, and every player on a team adds value to the team in some way. Today’s bench players may be tomorrow’s stars.

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A strong bench gives a team more options. The bench is usually called upon in critical situations. There are more people on the bench than starters. Better players make you a better player-competition.

John Wooden : 

John Wooden “Every man plays a role, including the coach, the assistants, the trainer, and the managers.” “The main ingredient of stardom is the rest of the team.”

13. The Law of Identity : 

13. The Law of Identity Shared values define the team. Terre Haute North Identity: Character, class, work ethic-commitment, “nasty,” team rules.

The Value of Values : 

The Value of Values Glue: values hold people together. Foundation: values provide a stable foundation. Ruler: values set the standard for a team’s performance. Compass: values give you direction in decision making.

Mother Teresa : 

Mother Teresa “You can do what I cannot do. I can do what you cannot do. Together we can do great things.”

14. The Law of Communication : 

14. The Law of Communication Interaction fuels action. Effective teams have teammates who are constantly talking to one another. “Unless it’s dangerous or illegal for us to share it, we share it.” Communication increases connection. Communication allows for better organization, preparation, and productivity.

15. The Law of the Edge : 

15. The Law of the Edge The difference between two equally talented teams is leadership. Everyone is important, but everyone isn’t equal. The person with greater experience, skill, and productivity in a give area is more important to the team in that area. The greater the challenge, the greater the need for leadership.

16. The Law of High Morale : 

16. The Law of High Morale When your winning, nothing hurts. “Leaders are dealers in hope.” Napoleon Look good, feel good, play good. When you do good, you feel good. When you feel good, you do good.

17. The Law of Dividends : 

17. The Law of Dividends Investing in the team compounds over time. Make the decision to build. Gather the best team possible. Pay the price. Do things together. Give responsibility. Give credit. Watch to see the investment is paying off.

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Stop you investment in players that choose not to grow. Create new opportunities for your team to grow.

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“Even when you’ve played the game of your life, it’s the feeling of teamwork that you’ll remember.”

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