Who (Team and Network)


Who? (Team and Network)

“One is too small a number to achieve greatness.” John C. Maxwell

In language who refers to person (whom and whose are derivatives).

The ‘Who?’ is primarily about the roles different people fulfil, the makeup of our team, the structure of our organisation and the people we connect with in our personal network. Sometimes we have a mission and then we go out and put together a team and therefore we need to know what we are looking for. At other times we may need an existing team to adopt a new strategy. In this case we need to know how best to place people as we re-structure the existing team. Even if we are operating alone, not having a specific team or organisation, we always have a unique network of contacts to look to. People are always involved one way or another on our journey and they are the most important resource that we can draw upon.

Who is primarily considered with how, when and which under PLANNING.

How to get the right team structure


7 1 July, 2013 Comments

How can your team operate most effectively? What is the right team structure for your organisation? Once people know their roles they also need to know how they interact with other people in the team or organisation.  This is what team structure is about. The structure of a team, organisation or company can take many…

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Turning your staff into a team


7 25 March, 2013 Comments

How do you take a group of people who work together and turn 
them into a team? We know that building a team is not all about ‘trust falls’, away days and retreats, therefore how can managers build lasting bonds and the kind of trust that 
makes teamwork a breeze? I started off my career…

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What are The Right Questions for Decision Making and Strategic Planning?


7 31 October, 2012 Comments

What are The Right Questions and how does strategic planning link to decision making and achieving goals? So, having established in previous posts some of the background behind The Right Questions and an idea of their importance, we can now get an overview of The Right Questions and how they are applied to strategic planning and achieving…

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