My Team Building Philosophy and Playbook

1. As a leader, identify and understand why YOU need a team

2. Identify what you need and who you are looking for

3. Hunt for potential candidates and evaluate them based on your priorities

4. Choose from your pool of potential candidates and make sure you have everyone you need and your priorities are met

5. Get your team together, share the vision, establish roles and responsibilities, set expectations, and accomplish great things!




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