Episode 36 Nathan Whitaker and Creating a Winning Family Team

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The definition of a team is “more than one person working together toward a common goal.” The dictionary makes it sound easy, but I know from experience that teamwork in a family can be difficult. Today we will be talking about why teamwork is vital to a healthy culture plus we'll be interviewing someone who has had a front row to watch how teamwork can change the game.

In this episode you will hear:

  • The difference between working together (side by side) and collaborating as a team.

  • The attributes of a culture that allows people to work together as a team.

  • What it means to “represent the team” on a team, in an organization, or in a family.

  • The difference between rules and standards.

Key Points:

  • Trust and communication are vital in helping people to work together as a team.

  • Your actions impact not only yourself but others.

  • It’s okay to debate the position, not the person.

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