The Language of "We"

Bredholt Jr., Roy
September 2003
Advisor Today;Sep2003, Vol. 98 Issue 9, p80
Trade Publication
Describes principles used to develop and strengthen teamwork in an insurance and financial advising practice. Recognition that winning teams have the language of we; Essence leadership in building successful teams; Combination of direction, aspirations and expectations in a clear sense of purpose.


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