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Team Excellence Checklist

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What's the difference between a mediocre team and an excellent team? Plenty! This checklist will give you some ideas how to make your project team more functional, more cohesive and more productive.

Team Lead & Stakeholder Relationship Management Planner

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Avoid the frustration of a badly managed relationship with a team lead or stakeholder by taking the communication initiative. This guide will help you start a constructive conversation before mistakes or omissions are made.

Team Management

PREMIUM presentation

Taking disparate individuals and putting them together to form a cohesive, functioning team is harder than herding cats. Now try managing them! This presentation contains guidelines you need to manage a project team successfully.

Team Member Procurement Contract

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How do you officially "borrow" the team members you need for your project if they belong to another project or department? Here's a formal contract for procuring their time.

Team Operating Agreement

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This Team Operating Agreement will document the team’s agreement around: values, decision-making, communication, problem-solving and commitments.

Team-Building Icebreakers

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They may seem simple at first, but icebreaking activities for teams can go a long way toward building a cohesive group that works well together, resulting in a successful project. Don't take them for granted...use this deliverable for help.

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