Tired of the revolving door on your team? Discover “4 Questions to Find Your Dream Team” from Dr. Joey Faucette, author of the best-seller, Work Positive in a Negative World, Executive Coach, and professional speaker.
You have been on a team before and wondered, “Why am I on this team?” Or, you’ve hired someone, put him on the team, and asked, “Why did I do that?” Regardless of which side of the hiring desk you find yourself, there is a guaranteed way to insure you make a Work Positive Dream Team decision. It focuses on three often overlooked yet key components to building the best possible team. Here are your 3 Keys to Build a Work Positive Dream Team: Core Values: Why do you do it? As you’re hiring, this key question focuses on the why of the team, the motivating values that power the team functions. As you’re interviewing, identifying [...]
We Americans celebrated Independence Day last week. In the U.S., we think of it as the birth of our country. You may have birthed your own business by declaring your independence from working for someone else. However, to achieve your founding dream of financial independence, you must be inTERdependent, Working Positive with a dream team. In a spirit of the best of team, here are 3 Strategies to Celebrate InTERdependence this week: Discover Your Unique Contributions Some tasks come more naturally to you. You require less effort to do them. In fact, you find them invigorating, fulfilling, and self-sustaining. Think of these as your unique contributions to make to the company. “Unique” because they are yours [...]
As a business coach, it’s as familiar to me as the chorus of American Pie by Don Mclean, only instead of “the day the music died,” it’s “the day the employee died.” It begins with something like, “She’s just not working out…” and wraps up with “It’s just hard to find the right person today.” Whether you’re a small business owner or a C-Level Executive of a Fortune 50, you’re in search mode 24/7 for the right person in the right place at the right time for the right reasons. The conundrum lies in focusing too much on the person with little regard for the place, time, and reasons. Here are four questions to ask as you [...]