Are you on a team? Are you a team player? We coach leaders throughout the world at Get Momentum to practice specific skills such as:

Build and Be a Part of High Performing Teams

This month (August), managers and leaders around the world will spend anywhere from 2-6 hours learning to become a better team leader…and team player. Managers who lead effectively know that it’s not ONLY up to them to be efficient and get things done. They need to understand influence and the skills of persuasion to work collaboratively.

Build Your Team

We serve our clients as Executive Coaches and corporate leadership facilitators. Specifically, we help you to balance a healthy dose of focus on the present WITH time, energy and focus spent on the future. For those who want to practice better, more efficient, “team building” skills, click here.

But, how do you do that?

If you read the book “Get Momentum,” you know that we ask you several #momentum causing questions. Each question is designed to get you to think – and rethink – your approach to effectively getting things done. The first one – found on page 27 of the book – is:

“What do you want to be known for?”

Now, before your eyes widen and you think we’re asking you to define your legacy, watch the short video above about page 19 of this month’s Course Work at Get Momentum.

Note: When we ask “What do you want to be known for?”, we’re really asking you to focus on a specific role for a specific period of time.

When you combine this method of thinking along with the focus of this month’s Get Momentum theme (Building High Performing Teams) you’ll be able to chip away at the more important projects that you’ve been waiting until you have time to get to!