Yes, rather than doing, it is a whole lot easier if your project team behavior is:
4. Running away
5. Observing passively
6. Going along without a fuss
7. Not speaking up
11. Promising what you’ll be doing
12. Not fulfilling your promises
15. Changing the subject
16. Not looking
17. Not seeing
18. Saying you’re going to do something
19. Getting in someone else’s business
20. Waiting for inspiration
21. Doing the wrong thing
23. Waiting for someone to tell you what to do
24. Throwing a fit
25. Repeating anything on this list, perhaps over and over
Do any of the project team behavior choices on this list represent a behavior you would want to be known for among co-workers?
Didn’t think so.
But if you get into the habit of doing these things when you’re on a project team, it will become the behavior your project team members associate with you. That’s why, even though it’s the harder behavior, doing something that’s strategic, important, and right is the right thing to do. – Mike Brown
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