1.People try to achieve great things by themselves mainly because of the size of their ego
2.Members must be willing to subordinate their roles and personal agendas to support the team vision.
3.Essentially, when the right team member is in the right place, everyone benefits
4.Focus on the team and the dream should take care of itself. The type of challenge determines the type of team you require
5.The strength of the team is impacted by its weakest link.
6.Winning teams have players who make things happen
7.A team should examine its Moral, Intuitive, Historical, Directional, Strategic, and Visionary Compasses
8.Rotten attitudes ruin a team Do you keep score when it comes to the praise and perks handed out to other team members?
9.Do you perform your work with excellence? Are you dedicated to the team’s success? Can people depend on you?
10.The team fails to reach its potential when it fails to pay the price.
11.The scoreboard is essential to evaluating performance at any given time, and is vital to decision-making
12.Any team that wants to excel must have good substitutes as well as starters.
13.The type of values you choose for the team will attract the type of members you need. Values give the team a unique identity to its members
14.From leader to teammates, teammates to leader, and among teammates, there should be consistency, clarity and courtesy in Communication
15.A good leader can bring a team to success, provided values, work ethic and vision are in place.The person with greater skill, experience, and productivity in a given area is more important to the team in that area
16.When a team has high morale, it can deal with whatever circumstances are thrown at it.
17.Gather the best team possible, pay the price to develop the team, do things together, delegate responsibility and authority, and give credit for success.
Indisputable Laws of Teamwork by John C. Maxwell,