TeamWork: How to Build a High-Performance Team

TeamWork: How to Build a High-Performance Team

by Natalie Dawson
TeamWork: How to Build a High-Performance Team

TeamWork: How to Build a High-Performance Team

by Natalie Dawson


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Get your team on the same page with TeamWork.

Do you wish your employees felt more energized and engaged? Would you like them to be on the same page and fully aligned with your goals?

Your business success depends on your ability to align and develop the people who work for you. High-performance teams are built intentionally by leaders who understand the three essential components of growth: alignment, development, and transition.

TeamWork breaks each of these components down into actionable processes, with steps you can take immediately to start making a difference today. Learn how to create teams that work the way you want them to. Then, discover ways to scale those teams, keeping them aligned with your objectives-and with each other-as your business grows.

If you want your teams to excel, TeamWork can fast-track your path to a winning business with a thriving culture.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781544525570
Publisher: Houndstooth Press
Publication date: 11/30/2021
Pages: 226
Sales rank: 160,660
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Natalie Dawson is an expert in developing people and building scalable teams. She has interviewed, hired, trained, and led thousands of employees over the course of her career, most recently as Executive Vice President and Partner of Cardone Ventures, a management consulting, joint ventures, and private equity firm that helps business owners achieve their personal, professional, and financial goals through the growth of their businesses. Her specialty lies in aligning employees with business objectives-for measurable returns on investment.Having attended the London School of Economics, Natalie uses her unique blend of operational and financial skill sets to oversee eight-figure operating budgets by inspiring and aligning the people who drive them.
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