66SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither was your team. If you want your team to truly act like one, be patient and allow time for learning, bonding, and growing. Here are 3 ways you can help your team come together.Create cohesion: Combining a group of people with individual skills to create a well-oiled machine can be tricky. Each person needs to buy-in to the team and feel they are an important part of the group. By constantly reviewing processes and improving on them, your team will remove obstacles and create a cohesion that will help them succeed and grow.Build trust: If you want your team to work well together, they’ll need to be able to trust each other. It’s hard to trust teammates that you don’t know. Give your team opportunities to get to know each other outside the office, so they can share ideas and opinions through honest communication.Focus on goals: By setting goals and providing your team with direction, they can begin to understand how they need to work not only as a team but as individuals. Focusing on personal tasks will allow your team to see how individual responsibilities fit together to affect a common goal.
Published on September 26, 2018 at 3:47 pm Contact Billy: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Wheyen3 A few of the best teams in Section III kept crawling up the rankings as a new week’s state poll came out on Wednesday morning, voted on by the New York State Sportswriters Association.In Class AA, Cicero-North Syracuse (4-0) moved up to No. 6 in the state. The one-spot advancement comes after a win over state honorable mention Fayetteville-Manlius. Corcoran fell out of the state rankings after being ranked in each of the first two polls.Class A’s Section III representatives remained the same for the third-straight week. Whitesboro (4-0), the three-time defending sectional champ, moved up a spot to No. 10. Indian River (4-0) jumped two spots to No. 14. Those two teams don’t face off in the regular season.The highest-ranked Section III team comes in Class B: Skaneateles (4-0) moved up a spot to rank No. 2 in the state. The Lakers sit only behind Chenango Forks of Section IV, one of New York’s storied programs with five state titles. Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (4-0) ranks at No. 20 in the state in Class B, up two spots, and Cazenovia (3-1) fell two spots after its first loss of the season.General Brown (4-0) sticks at No. 5 in Class C for the third-straight week. Canastota (4-0), Utica Notre Dame (4-0) and Lowville (4-0) all maintained their spots in the poll, ranking at Nos. 8, 11 and 18, respectively. Mount Markham fell out of the rankings after dropping to 2-2 on the season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter losing for the first time this season, Beaver River (3-1) fell out of the Class D state ranks. Herkimer (3-1) dropped one place to No. 10. Two new Section III teams entered the Class D state ranks: No. 6 Frankfort-Schuyler (3-1) and No. 8 Dolgeville (2-1).The writers aren’t ranking eight-man football teams, but did list the remaining undefeateds. In Section III, there are four: Bishop Grimes, Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, South Lewis and Weedsport, all at 2-0. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Liam Kearns’ side top the section with just two rounds of fixtures to be played following a 2-15 to 2-11 win over Offaly in Tullamore.In a dramatic encounter at O’Connor Park Tipp’s goals came from All-Star Michael Quinlivan – a spectacular individual effort – and Robbie Kiely.On a less positive note George Hannigan was sent off after 19 minutes of the first-half. The home side also had their disciplinary difficulties – the Faithful County had Michael Brazil dismissed following the same incident which saw the Tipp midfielder get his marching orders and were reduced to 13 when Peter Cunnigham get two yellow cards in quick succession late in the second period.Tipperary next match is against Louth, who lost heavily to Armagh today, on Sunday March 26th.