Power of Collaboration

Henley, Dede
August 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2009, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p4
The article discusses the elements of collaboration needed to be integrated by leaders to improve their group. The team should be able to maintain a sense of purpose, since it reminds people of their part in the team. Although co-workers need not like each other, leaders need to ensure that their people trust and respect each other. Competence must be increased in emotionally, physically and intellectually.


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