Team Building Worksheet?

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Aug 4, 2009 3:05 pm

A local friend of mine and I are considering teaming up together and going independent (he’s at ML, I’m at an RIA).  He thought we should go through some sort of team building worksheet to see what differences we may have, and to make sure we don’t rush into anything, and figure out if we would make a good team together.

I think the wires have these…  Does anyone have an example that they could share with me?  Or, if you don’t have the document, what things should we make sure to go through before we create our 2 man team?


Aug 4, 2009 5:03 pm

[quote=BioFreeze]You might as well play naked Twister. 
I’ll suggest that.  Thanks

Aug 5, 2009 3:35 pm

Naked Twister is not good if you’re interested in a long term relationship - more short term fun.  If you’re serious about teaming up with a friend - be very careful!  You can literally take advice from a marriage counselor - and apply it to your business partnership.  Probably the most important rules of teaming are:  Identify roles - who will do what, to ensure maximum efficiency; 1 + 1 must equal 3 (or more); and have a pre-nup (who gets what account in case of divorce).

Sep 30, 2009 10:46 am

HI ladies and gents. Team Building is a good activity to strengthen the group’s relationship. Lots of activities are possible. COnsult this site below for more possible activities. They may help you. Take Care and God Bless!

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