Guidelines for Keeping Your Team In Sync, Part 2

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Hanshi Dave Kovar
Without a doubt, one of the most important ingredients to having long-term success in the martial arts industry is having a cohesive team. As you know, the total is always more than the sum of its parts. When a team is working well together, more gets done and the process is more enjoyable. In essence, everybody benefits. Following are more simple guidelines that we’ve found to be helpful in keeping our team in sync: When at work, put your game face on. We all have personal challenges that we deal with on a regular basis, but when you get to work, leave them at the door. When resolving challenges and

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Hanshi Dave Kovar
is an 8th degree black belt and recognized as the “Trainer of Trainers”. Master Dave Kovar is an internationally acclaimed instructor with black belt degrees in ten different martial arts styles. His systems have been implemented in hundreds of schools around the US.