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SURVIVAL PRIMER; LEADERSHIP IN A CRISIS (PT.2) <TEAM BUILDING>
« on: December 15, 2008, 01:41:50 PM »
SURVIVAL PRIMER; LEADERSHIP IN A CRISIS (PT.2)

LEADERSHIP AND TEAM BUILDING

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Leaders and teams go hand-in-hand.

When both the team and the leader are in concert with each other, They accomplish their objectives by properly managing their efforts and mental and physical energies – thus, facilitating performance.



CONDITION TO WIN

In addition, there is some enlightening prose in Wes Doss’ book, “CONDITION TO WIN” on how to build an effective team that has plenty of application for those working together in any survival/disaster scenario.

http://www.amazon.com/Condition-Win-Techniques-Performance-Conditioning/dp/1932777377

Here are some excerpts on teambuilding from that text that a leader can benefit from understanding –

HOW DO INDIVIDUALS BECOME A TEAM?

Group development generally follows a specific process. The most common model for explaining how individuals form as a group was developed by Tuckman (1965). This model suggests that when developing into a group, individuals go through four distinct stages:..

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