"What does your team think of your attitude?", is kind of a personal issue since attitude is a person's choice in response to a situation or a thing. Every person is entitled to his or her opinion.
But since teamwork calls for a quality attitude, then each team member has no choice. Or do they? A positive or negative attitude towards a person, thing, place, event, ideas, and others is a form of judgment. It is greatly influenced by the persons upbringing, environment, education and social interactions. Attitude is not permanent and it can be changed. Social influences can change an attitude and therefore, communication is vital.
A persons attitude may vary depending on what they are dealing with. This forms the individuals' character traits. Self-esteem, experiences and principles in life can serve as a guide to be consistent and help you project a positive attitude towards people, work and their environment.
Attitude is one vital trait that can be formed but cannot be destroyed without your consent. You do have control over it. How you respond to the daily challenges and circumstances of life you are presented with is always your choice.
Teamwork will succeed if members among the team make it work. The team will benefit if everyone's willing to cooperate and share the same goal. Your attitude is important to your team and what they think about your attitude likewise is important. To avoid misunderstanding and disagreement, it is vital to know your own positive and negative attitudes when dealing with people while at work or home. Inappropriate attitudes cause work and family rifts, party division and political faction.
* project a kind of leadership
* hold and bind people together
* inspire people to work and execute together
* empower people to plan and achieve together as a team
* influence, attract and lure people to communicate, respond and
Memorize this quote. Tape it to your dashboard in your car or on your refrigerator. Do whatever it takes to allow these words to sink into your soul. “Right attitude will always carry you to the right place, the right people and at the right time.” – Marvin LeBlanc (Author – Come Hell or High Water – Life Lessons from Hurricane Katrina)
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