Team development in the Little Leagues

Written by Stephanie Tuia

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Iíve been to many sporting events and observedrepparttar common procedures for games, but watching these children play soccer was interesting. Little leagues develop more than just growing children and their interests; they build a foundation for team development. The little league organization provides a chance for children to develop athleticism and surround themselves among their peers. While sports teams atrepparttar 146300 higher level (high school, college, professional) focus more on winning, little leagues seem to focus more at fostering team development by giving youthrepparttar 146301 opportunity to participate in teams.

Team development influences. Children are easily influenced. When parents put their children in little leagues or other organizations where it involves being with their peers, they are educating them to become good team members. Perhaps it is evident that parents put their children into sports when they are young. Byrepparttar 146302 time they are older and in their prospective sports, they will haverepparttar 146303 experience.

If you reflect back upon your own childhood, were you ever on a little league team? Can you recall your teamís name, or rememberrepparttar 146304 color of your jerseys or all of your teammatesí names? You probably cannot recall those little things and itís irrelevant now. What might have been a lasting lesson of your little league stint would berepparttar 146305 experiences you have gained ofrepparttar 146306 importance of team development.

Stephanie Tuia specializes in internet marketing for CMOE.

For more information about CMOEís Team Development inside organizations, contact one of their Regional Managers at (801) 569-3444.

How to Reduce Temporary Employee Turnover

Written by Austin Culley

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There is no substitute for respect, and it has to be given to all temporary employees fromrepparttar moment they walk inrepparttar 146299 door. Too many times an employer will see a temp walk in and immediately dumprepparttar 146300 temp off to someone else, who then dumpsrepparttar 146301 temp at a spot where there is someone else to train them - thenrepparttar 146302 temp finds themselves alone doing a job they're not going to care about by lunchtime. Does anyone rememberrepparttar 146303 employee name? Did anyone even smile or shakerepparttar 146304 hand of this one?

Is thisrepparttar 146305 soft approach? Who has time for an employee who won't be here tomorrow? After all,repparttar 146306 job is only for two weeks,repparttar 146307 pay is lousy,repparttar 146308 employee looks like they don't have what it takes to climbrepparttar 146309 ladder here, and we have no time for this.

But, there'll have to be time tomorrow. Temporary services will have to be called. A new employee will have be in to takerepparttar 146310 place ofrepparttar 146311 one that's about to leave.

Austin Culley is the Chief Operating Officer for Oil-Net.Com Inc.

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