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June 16, 2007

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Bethann

I used the information in the book mentioned above and constructed a pyramid with positive statements such as trust, constructive conflict, commitment, accountability and attention to results - I had my team rate itself on each rung using a scale of 1-3 = this enabled us to assess where we stood as a team and what we needed to work on - it was a very valuable exercise-

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