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Thursday, May 06, 2010

What makes a successful SP Team?

I am asking you as a team member and also you as a leader or co-leader...

I have read some leaders ask advice, whine, in desperation and heart felt anxiety over a team or team members not participating when reaching out to them. Some teams seem to be very successful and the threads are always a buzzing and some teams hardly have a post except for the team leader chatting alone or SP members posting emoticons for how they feel or how many log in points for the day.

Mind you I am not complaining or trying to stir something up - it is a legitimate question...

Tell me what you think...
What makes a successful SP Team in your opinion...
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My opinion is that SP team members make the team successful... emoticon emoticon
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    that's a toughie, you can put out all the ideas but if noone responds...what can you do?

    I think the leader of my 40's group is a success, as I get daily mail from her with daily challenges. I don't always respond, but appreciate that she is putting them out there. I don't know how she feels...there may be days when she wonders 'why she does this'.

    3859 days ago
    emoticon Communication, & some team members need challenges to respond to. Thanks!
    3860 days ago
    i think the best teams are those that have daily dedicated communications between the team members. I enjoy the ones where if you put out a question or are looking for help you get someone (usually more than one) to answer. I like the teams with small challenges, that require you to do something and to respond. but that is just me. i need the extra support and having people to communicate with is helping me.
    3860 days ago
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