Teams, etc.

A few thoughts on teams and communication, etc.

  1. One advantage of the Team Powered Success program is the members will know when they have successfully navigated the stages of team development (as defined by B.W. Tuckman)  and are a performing team! They will know because at least twice during the program the members complete a Team Success Survey and the results tell them in which stage the team finds itself — and recommendations on how to move forward.

  2. Last month Seth Godin gave an interview on British radio talking about the new face of publishing. Here are a couple of jewels from the iconic marketer. (Everyone is using “iconic,” so we will too.)

 “Anyone who wants to reach the masses will have to write in a different way!”

” The future of books is to organize groups of people (online) who would miss the book if it was gone

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About Bob McCarthy

Originally from the Northeast, I now call Southwest Florida home. I have been a professional copywriter and editor since 1979, both freelance and in house. I have had article published in regional, national and international magazines. Plus, a video for which I wrote the script won an industry award as Best Training Video.
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One Response to Teams, etc.

  1. Krista Czarnec says:

    The second comment from Seth Godin struck a chord with me and a perfect example is an author of the science fiction genre who has inspired many blogs including http://www.westeros.org/. This is quite the virtual community and has been in existance for over 5 years I believe. George R.R. Martin’s series has led to many fan based blogs and is now an HBO Mini-series. A quick glance through the westeros blog will show a diverse world-wide and incredibly loyal fan base. All are eagerly awaiting the next book in the series and critically posting reveiws on the HBO series, The Game of Thrones. For a niche market, Mr. Martin has an amazing fan base.

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