Team Covenant: An Award-Winning Employee and Organizational Contract to Build Trust, Relationships and Continuous Performance Improvement

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Xlibris Corporation, 2012 - Business & Economics - 178 pages
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LEARN HOW TO ... Build a Culture of Self-motivated Employees Willing to own Their Piece of the Business, and to be Held Accountable for Results ,,¤ Profit from understanding the difference between apathy and futility and how it can greatly benefit your company. ,,¤ Transform your environment by making performance management work. ,,¤ How knowing this Kool-Aid isníŽt for everyone, can uniquely position your enterprise. ,,¤ Identify your company as the one to work for by following and implementing the step-by-step business model. ,,¤ Ingeniously get employees and organizations to hold each other accountable. ,,¤ Get everyone in your organization to embrace the trend of real teamwork.
 

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Contents

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THE BUSINESS MODEL
41
EMPLOYEES HOLD THEMSELVES
49
ORGANIZATIONS HOLD EMPLOYEES
81
EMPLOYEES HOLD THE ORGANIZATION
105
MOVING FORWARD
119
TWENTYFIRSTCENTURY SKILLS
133
ADDENDUM AN EPIPHANY ON OUR VALUE
139
BIBLIOGRAPHY
149
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Randy Hopkins is president and CEO of Team Excellence, Inc., a Houston-based organizational development and management consulting firm specializing in performance management and leadership development. Team Excellence provides its clients with proprietary systems for personality and behavioral assessment, employee performance appraisal, strategic organizational assessČment and various other organizational feedback processes. Team Excellence has received two human resource industry awards for its unique metrics-driven system of organizational performance accountability called The Team Development Strategy. Founded in 1980, Team Excellence's clients have represented a wide-variety of businesses and industries and have included IBM, Xerox, Tenneco, Nabisco, NL Industries, Bechtel, CompleteRx, Merrill Lynch, Bank of America, Kraft Foods, BMC Software, DynČegy, Memorial Hospital System, Aker Kvaerner, Procter & Gamble, Hunt Oil, New Process Steel, Sterling Bank, Catholic Extension, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Patriot Bank among others. Prior to founding Team Excellence, Randy began his career as the training and development manager for an operating division of Tenneco, Inc. He later served as training manager for the Amerada Hess refinery on St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands and then joined the staff of an international psychological testing and consulting firm, where he served as a senior associate and vice president.

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