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It’s a defining moment when team members begin to sense that they have far more control over events than they previously realized; that they aren’t hostages of any situation or history; that collectively they have substantial capability to shape their world. They can see alternative futures, and they’re about to claim positive ownership of something powerful, no matter how small.
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