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Teams- Success under Stress

Summary: This article examines motivating teams of people by looking at what motivates individuals. Whether leading a team, working in a team, or simply thinking about personal motivation, this approach will provide a dual perspective on motivation for both our teams and ourselves. In addition to the fact that people with more energy are more productive and creative, there is one big, often overlooked reason to help our teams with their well-being. Personal energy and team motivation are indelibly intertwined. When leaders show that they sincerely care about their team’s well-being, the team can be strongly motivated, especially during times of stress and pressure.

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  • Topics: Teams, Leadership
  • Keywords: Teams, Team effectiveness, Motivation, Stress management, Leadership
  • Author: Core, Andy;
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation