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Create a new pyramid of success model based on your

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Create a new Pyramid of Success model based on your analysis of John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success, and provide a rationale for each aspect or step of this new model. Using either the coaching philosophy of John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success or your own newly designed Pyramid of Success model, develop a step-by-step strategy that self-directed project team members may use to adapt to any project-related crisis. My Pyramid of Success Model would be as followed, ranking from bottom to top: Integrity- to be honest and forthright, even when no one is looking Endurance- stay the course and never give up Passion- love what you do, no matter what it is there is good in everything
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WOODEN ON LEADERSHIP 5 Self- awareness- know who you are so that others will too Ambition- always look to greater sights, there is always more to see Teamwork- be willing to work with other, no one make it alone Will Power- do the work and believe it will happen eventually Self-directed project team members must first refer to the project charter to ensure that all the necessary objectives are being met. They must be team oriented and contribute when necessary. When things seem to go off schedule as they often do in projects, team members must take the initiative to get the project back on schedule. It is crucial that each member be skilled in their area of expertise and provide guidance to others that may be lacking in that area. Cooperation is also necessary for team members to have with Project Managers, vendors, and contractors, to ensure the project is successful.
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WOODEN ON LEADERSHIP 6 References HBS Working Knowledge. (2016, January 12). Is Loyalty A Force For Good Or Evil? Retrieved from - force-for-good-or-evil-research-reveals-it-can-be-both/#67d7bcea415e Lewis, J. P. (2003). Project leadership . New York: McGraw-Hill. Lipman, V. (2017, May 10). Why Confidence Is Always A Leader's Best Friend. Retrieved from - confidence-is-always-a-leaders-best-friend/#3fd6376e47be Official Site of Coach Wooden sponsored by McDonald's. (n.d.). Retrieved from
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