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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

One Team, One Goal

Written by  Duane Bailey

I was at the gym the other day when I saw a t-shirt with this quote on it: “One team, one goal.” While it apparently was the motto that had been adopted by a group of employees at a local business, it could (and should) be the motto that guides almost any team or group.

“One team, one goal” speaks to the culture of an organization. It’s an attitude and it starts at the top. Without exception, every successful organization I have ever been a part of has embraced this attitude. Team members rally around each other and maintain a laser focus on a singular goal. If one member succeeds, they all do. Leaders reward and recognize efforts that encourage sharing, create a sense of community, resolve conflict and foster other collaborative behaviors that create a unified and energized culture. And results follow.

How would you characterize your organization? Are your team members unified around a single goal? Or is everyone out for themselves? What are your results telling you?

Duane Bailey

Duane Bailey

Duane Bailey is a regular contributor to The Chief Storyteller® online conversation. He has helped organizations of all sizes drive growth in revenues and market share through the development and delivery of key business messages that resonate with target audiences. He holds an MBA in International Business and a BS in Marketing. He brings 28 years of experience in marketing communications and high technology sales.

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