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Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Team Building
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC
At one time youve experienced a great team
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC With a desire zCapture team spirit zFrustration
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Difficulty with others zPoor communication zNon-participation zOrganization / Poor leadership zLack of recognition
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Solution zAll feel most of the time zThe only solution was Become frustrated!
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Its a great solution! zCaring zAction zControl
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Intention vs. Result
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Implement You are still wonderful
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Life preserver Team affects you.
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Powerless zNo I in team zYou are part of a team zNo control
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC New choice zPut ME in tEaM ycaring yaction ycontrol
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC How to do it YOU Step 1
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Step 2 Not responsible for others
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Step 3 Primary Responsibility
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC In every situation 1) YOU 2) Not responsible for others 3) Primary Responsibility
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Application Work these steps out.
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Q & A
Mental Efficiency Group, LLC Conclusion zYou are still wonderful zFocus on you zYou are 100% responsible for you
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