How to Lead People to Work Together

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How to Lead People to Work Together Leading others to work together is not always an easy task.  In fact, a conflict between employees, volunteers and church members can be a great challenge. There must be a clear understanding of certain personality traits to grow teamwork.  When we understand people, it can become easier to […]

Collaborative Age

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How can a leader help develop collaboration among the team members of her organization? How do you develop a collaborative age?   Quotes About Collaboration If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself. —Henry Ford Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up. […]

Christmas, A Time for Teamwork and Happiness

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Two thousand years ago Jesus Christ came to earth to teach humans how to work together. In our modern world, Christians have become Christ’s Team, teaching about God’s grace and helping all people lead happy and productive lives. Christmas, a holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus tends to emphasize teamwork and bring family life to […]

Evolution of the Team Concept in Christianity

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The Apostle Paul referred to the followers of Jesus as the Body of Christ because like the human body it was made up of members with different abilities and functions working together. Christians have been teaching basic principles that helped them work together for the past 2000 years, but in spite of teaching a form […]

The Rules That Make Teamwork Functional

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The Ten Commandments and the two advocated by Jesus are the Rules of Life that make human teamwork functional. God gave the ancient Hebrews the Ten Commandments to help them live peacefully and successfully with each other, but in that early civilization, very few people could read or write so their understanding was very limited. […]