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This has been a busy year on the Leading Teams blog with over 70 posts shared. We’ve taken a look back at the most read articles of the year; read on for the top five of 2017…

5. Counterproductive Behaviour: Address It or Avoid It?
When you see counterproductive behaviours in your team, do you address them or avoid them? Tim Ferguson asked the thorny question.

4. Resilience: The Australian Leader’s Most Powerful Tool
Daniel Healy reflects on lessons in resilience learnt in his footy days from none other than Ray McLean.

3. The Different Levels of Relationships
Have you ever tried to categorise your relationships at work? You might be surprised when you do.

2. Character vs. Competence: Which Would You Choose?
What are you looking for in a leader – excellent technical skills or the ability to inspire and motivate?

And finally, the most-read piece of the year…

1. My Highlight of the Crows-GWS Final Happened Off-Field
Facilitator Daniel Healy looks back at the AFL finals to a pivotal moment for him that had nothing to do with footy.

Thanks for reading. Join us in 2018 for more insight from the worlds of leadership, team development and high performing cultures.


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