Not a day goes by that I don’t read something in sports about a team excelling and/or winning a championship because they have great chemistry. In order to have great chemistry you have to believe in each other.

Time and time again you will hear team members say the number one reason for their success is they trust their coach and they trust each other.

These stories come from all levels of the sports and great business organizations. It’s no fluke that such a big deal is made of the word trust when it’s connected to winning and success.

There’s no one thing that creates great chemistry, but trust is a key component. Trust doesn’t happen with one statement or one goodwill act. Trust is something that has to be built every day.

If you’re going to lead, and if your team is going to have great chemistry then you have to be trusted. Trust begins with always telling the truth, even when it hurts and even when it may cause a temporary setback.

Team chemistry will always out perform individual egos. It’s the leader’s responsibility to promote and guard team chemistry.

That’s all I’m gonna say, Tommy Gibbs