Proactive versus reactive behaviours

Book reference - worksheet 7.2

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Purpose, to become aware of underlying behaviours (or unwritten rules) within the team that diminish credibility.
To hold each other to account by calling out reactive behaviours and committing to using proactive behaviours that enhance credibility and contribute to becoming a high performance team.

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For more details on how to define values and behaviours in teams and additional exercises, please purchase my book: Developing High Performance Teams on the link provided below.

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The resources below are free for you to download and use for your team development event. All I ask is that you attribute it the source appropriately, please as well as the supporting text and references from my book. It is important that you honour this, please.

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