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Team code of honor : the secret of champions in business and in life

Author: Blair Singer
Publisher: Minden, NY : BZK Press, ©2012.
Series: Rich dad's advisors series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st BZK edView all editions and formats
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Great teams ultimately achieve success in the face of insurmountable challenges. Often, it is because they have an invisible code of honor that holds them together under pressure, holding each member accountable to specific standards of behavior, performance-- and each other.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Blair Singer
ISBN: 9781937832124 1937832120
OCLC Number: 760970598
Notes: Originally published under the title: The ABC's of building a business team that wins / Blair Singer. New York : Warner Business Books, ©2004.
Pages 130-133 are left blank for notes.
Description: xxv, 133 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword. The four most important business skills an entrepreneur must have --
Introduction. The code of honor --
Why do you need a code of honor? --
Who you surround yourself with will determine your wealth: who's on the team? --
Creating a code that brings out the best --
What's your personal code? --
How to enforce the code to ensure championship play --
Leadership that teaches others how to be great --
The biggest impact of the code --
Ensuring accountability, loyalty and trust --
Standing in the heat with the code --
It's time for you to have a code of honor.
Series Title: Rich dad's advisors series.
Responsibility: Blair Singer.
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Great teams ultimately achieve success in the face of insurmountable challenges. Often, it is because they have an invisible code of honor that holds them together under pressure, holding each member accountable to specific standards of behavior, performance-- and each other.

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