The Complete Idiot's Guide to Team Building

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Team Building

by Arthur Pell
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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Team Building by Arthur Pell

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Team-Building shows first-time managers and employees how to work together as a smooth, well-oiled machine.

The book shows how to:

-- Avoid and manage conflict. Inspire creativity.
-- Coax employees to help team members who aren't performing.
-- Get everyone to pitch in.
-- Gain unprecedented results and make the team enjoy going to work.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781101198896
Publisher: DK
Publication date: 11/01/1999
Series: COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE Series
Sold by: DK
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 432
File size: 1 MB

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Has your company moved from traditional work groups to a team format? Is it contemplating such a move? Over 80 percent of Fortune 500 firms already are using teams as all or part of their organizational structure. Nobody know how many less well known companies are following suit. The Complete Idiots Guide to Team Building will teach you the tools and techniques needed to be a successful team leader. It will enable those with previous supervisory experience to become aware of the changes they must make in management style to succeed in their new roles and what they must do to implement them. It will also prepare newly appointed leaders to move rapidly into productive leadership. Not only team leaders, but also all team members can benefit from reading this book. Why? In many teams, members assume sub-team or project leadership from time to time. In addition, more and more organizations are turning to self-directed teams -- teams that have no permanent leader. All members are expected to be ready to lead a project. This book is not an academic treatise, but a pragmatic guide to team leadership than can be immediately applied on the job. Read it to become acquainted with the many facets of team leadership. Keep this book handy to refer to when special problems arise. Whether you are an experienced team leader, starting your first job, or you are preparing for promotion, this book will serve as a road map to successful leadership.