Teams need catalysts. Every catalyst brings intensity to the table, by
- keeping the team focused
- challenging them
- And having fun do it.
Having fun is the way it always is for a catalyst.
- stirring up the team
- making things happen
- doing whatever it takes to push the team to the next level.
When a catalyst does that consistently, the team becomes
- and ultimately amazed
Winning team have players who make things happen. When crunch time comes, a catalyst become critical. Characteristics of a catalyst
Your attitude determines the team’s attitude. No one can move closer to his potential without paying in some way to get there. Your team will reach its potential only if you reach your potential.
Remember the Cs:Character + Competence + Commitment + Consistency + Cohesion = [Ac}Countability
When you know what to do, then you can do what you know. When you give your best to the world, the world returns the favor. – H. Jackson Brown
Reference: John Maxwell. The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team
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