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Always Count the One Hundredth Sheep

A team trademark is no different to a personal trademark except that it provides focus around the behaviours required from all team members. Its strength comes from being created, and then agreed, by team members. Such a trademark can seem irrelevant or...

Video: Reflection on 2015

Leading Teams Director, Kraig Grime reflects on the highlights and challenges that faced the team at Leading Teams in 2015. His candid reflection talks about personal struggles, living the team trademark and the growth of Leading Teams.​ “>...

Delivering Meaning To Mission Statements

This article written by Kraig Grime first appeared on the Dynamic Business website. For a growing business, mission statements are important in creating a culture, improving employee decision making and establishing a clear competitive difference. However, a...

Could Your Mission Statement Apply To Any Employer?

Leading Teams Director, Kraig Grime, was interviewed by HR Daily about a recent survey that Leading Teams conducted on mission statements and values. Nearly half of Australian employees don’t know their company’s mission statement or values, let alone find...

Team Building Exercises: Making Them Effective

The hallmarks of a good team building exercise is one that is more than a single attempt to correct any perceived weakness in a team; it must also address the purpose for which it was intended. For example, at Leading Teams, activities with clients are not conducted...

A Great Pleasure For A Great Bloke

Sometimes life presents you with some terrific memories and I will never forget the look on Ray McLean’s face during our recent celebration of his 20 years of contributing to leadership development. Yep, 20 years is not bad for someone once described as...

Motivation: Surely It’s A Matter Of Choice

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom”. Viktor Frankl Creating an environment that encourages high performance should be a goal worth pursuing by...