They don’t require the spotlight to feel important.
They are “in” the moment at all times regardless of rank, status, or playing time.
They notice the success of others.
They command respect and are willing to speak the kind of truth that holds people accountable.
Everyone knows what to expect from them.
They don’t point fingers, instead they ask “where do we go now?”
They share what they learn and embrace a mentoring role.
Great Teams Adjust to Transition / Great Teams Run Successful Huddles
They look for the good in key situations, especially when others go negative.
They seem to always have the right words at the right time.
They build camaraderie with “all” members of the team.
They are trusted and their motives are “team-first”.
They have an incredible work ethic; preparing for tough tasks excites them.
They remain a step up and succeed at a moment’s notice.
They feel that winning requires nothing less than maximum effort.
Others want to be around them.