Tools for Team Leadership: Delivering the X-Factor in Team eXcellence

Tools for Team Leadership: Delivering the X-Factor in Team eXcellence

by Gregory E. Huszczo
     
 

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Tools for Team Leadership introduces the critical X-factor in team success—leadership—and delivers an advanced set of tools and strategies to help anyone master the role of team leader. Grounded in the author's practical frontline experience with hundreds of teams and backed by solid research and instruments, including the powerful Myers-Briggs Type… See more details below

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Tools for Team Leadership introduces the critical X-factor in team success—leadership—and delivers an advanced set of tools and strategies to help anyone master the role of team leader. Grounded in the author's practical frontline experience with hundreds of teams and backed by solid research and instruments, including the powerful Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment, the book identifies the chief responsibilities of a team leader and delivers a power-packed toolbox for analyzing a team's strengths and weaknesses, creatively brainstorming strategies and tactics, generating options and facilitating consensus, and implementing action plans that help teams help themselves. It covers team building for both new and established teams, with special help for team building at the top, and includes a self-study review at the end of each chapter to help turn key learning concepts into a plan of action.

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Industrial/organizational psychologist Gregory E. Huszczo calls leadership the "X-factor" that determines whether a team is successful or not. In Tools for Team Leadership, he offers team leaders many creative strategies to help them improve their ability to raise awareness, generate opinions, analyze a team, provide constructive feedback, gain consensus, and plan for success. While discussing communication skills, Huszczo presents several ways to get teams to focus on what they have learned about an issue and learn by examining the assumptions underlying their perspectives. Copyright © 2005 Soundview Executive Book Summaries

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780891063865
Publisher:
Nicholas Brealey Publishing
Publication date:
07/16/2010
Pages:
324
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

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