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20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
20 Leadership Lessons On Building A Dream Team
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  • 1. 20<br />The Miami Heat<br />Leadership<br />Lessons<br />A Dream Team!!!<br />
  • 2. All leaders lay in bed at night and dream about what could be if they just had the right people. In the May 2011 edition of Fast Company magazine, some incredible insights are made regarding the talent acquisitions and their subsequent integration into the Miami Heat.  These leadership lessons are critical for anyone who wishes to build a team containing multiple superstars.  <br />
  • 3.  “Greatness, we say, is CONSISTENCY.” <br />– Miami head coach Erik Spoelstra<br />
  • 4. “Mutual sacrifice is a resounding vote for TEAMWORK.”<br /> <br />
  • 5. “It’s a huge bet that, in the end, TALENTwill prevail.”<br />
  • 6. “For the most sought after<br />talent, company LOYALTY<br />has given way to a desire <br />for a big, bold short-term<br />project – developing <br />a breakthrough product, <br />pursuing a new market.”<br /> <br />
  • 7. “The team’s leaders have done what stars need to do when they merge: show a willingness to SACRIFICE.”<br />
  • 8. “New hires PERFORM better<br />when they bring a former <br />colleague with them” <br /> – Boris Groysberg<br />
  • 9. “Because the Heat had something special to<br />offer them (the supporting cast), it signed <br />most of them at well below market VALUE.”<br />
  • 10. “Nothing brings a team together like a COMMON enemy.”<br />
  • 11. “The real BONDINGdidn’t occur until<br />the Heat Troops began to shed blood<br />on the battlefield.”<br />
  • 12. “Under duress, Miami found its IDENTITY.”<br />
  • 13.  “As the adversity that bound the players<br />together waned, the CHEMISTRY faltered.”<br />
  • 14. “Camaraderie doesn’t necessarily translate in seamless COLLABORATION.”<br />
  • 15. “Miami’s talent is no match for COHESIVE team play.”<br />
  • 16. “When you assemble a team of experts, it’s better to<br />have complementary, not competing, SPECIALTIES.” <br /> – Groysberg<br />
  • 17. “In business, you probably wouldn’t HIRE two CEOs <br />to work together.” – Steve Kerr<br />
  • 18. “To achieve the proper balance, it’s crucial to map out a strategy.  Acquiring <br />a player of (LeBron) James’s caliber is like acquiring a company.  You need <br />a whole INTEGRATIONplan.” – Groysberg<br />
  • 19. “Probably what I’ve learned <br />from Pat (Riley) the most is that<br />coaching in this league is about <br />MANAGINGpersonalities, more <br />than managing Xs and Os…Some<br />players get to that conclusion <br />differently than others.” <br />– Spoelstra<br />
  • 20. “The most SUCCESSFULsuperstar teams <br />embrace shared leadership.” <br />– Richard Hackman<br />
  • 21. “They (superstar teams) need TIMEto crystallize.  They need consistency, <br />the same people butting heads, compromising, collaborating, day after day.”<br />– Spoelstra<br /> <br />
  • 22. “There is no more fragile commodity than <br />the CREDIBILITYof a team leader.”<br />Thank You Very Much<br />Sompong Yusoontorn<br />

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