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Leadership & Teamwork Unit Vocabulary
Leadership & Teamwork Vocabulary Conflict Delegate Empathy Enthusiasm Ethical Work Habits Fairness Honesty Human Relations Initiative Integrity Leadership Positive Attitude Positive Reinforcement Team Building Teamwork
Enthusiasm A strong excitement of feeling; something inspiring zeal or fervor
Ethical Work Habits How one looks, acts and performs a job while working with others.
Initiative Taking action to get things done.
Positive Attitude Confident, optimistic, and focusing on good things rather than bad.
Team Building An activity that builds and strengthens the team as a team.
Teamwork A cooperative effort by a group or team.
Delegate Give employees the power to run things and make decisions.
Conflict a disagreement or clash between ideas, principles, or people
Empathy The ability to identify with and understand somebody else's feelings or difficulties
Fairness The condition of being just or impartial
Honesty The quality, condition, or characteristic of being fair, truthful, and morally upright.
Human Relations The ability to effectively communicate with people.
Integrity Holding to principles like honesty, loyalty, and fairness.
Leadership The ability to guide, direct, or influence people.
Positive Reinforcement The presentation of something pleasant or rewarding immediately following a behavior.
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