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If you are part of a team, keep one foot rooted in self-awareness and the other rooted in situational-awareness.  Your awareness on what’s happening internally and externally will create a steadiness and clarity that support you in being a decisiveness leader.

To contribute to an effective results-driven team, bring the following:

  • A clearly defined outcome so everyone is headed to the same finish line.
  • Your best talents aimed productively toward the goals.
  • A willingness to depend on the talents of others because you can’t do it all.
  • A commitment to excellence that makes it look easy to those on the outside.
  • One dedicated moment to raise your hand in celebration of the success of the team.


Sara Harvey

Founder & President, innertelligence

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Leadership Assessment

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