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Juggling People

Six Secrets for Successful Teams

By Jon Wee and Owen Morse



True teamwork requires time, practice, planning and coordination. When two jugglers are working well as a team—when they’re communicating and cooperating and each is filling his or her role perfectly—a rhythm develops. Each one thrives on the other’s good work and compensates for the other’s shortcomings.
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