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Identify a team that you are currently participating in, or a team with which you have worked in the past. Identify norms and any explicit ground rules that were developed for the team. Even if the team did not have an explicit mission statement, as you reflect on the team goals and objectives, develop a team mission statement for the team.

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The team that I lead as a business owner was guided by the vision that I possessed regarding ensuring that our team was on one accord and developed a team dynamic that would foster collaboration and teamwork that was best for our company. The mission statement was that the company excelled when everyone excels and profits for the company ...

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