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Workplace teams are supposed to harness employees' talents to tackle challenges. But the reality often falls short...

Now imagine having a team where everyone steps up and performs all of the leadership tasks. Imagine a team that is constantly sharing knowledge and pushing the envelope--one that does long term planning and produces outstanding performance.

A Team of Leaders shows listeners how to design systems that nurture the leadership potential of every employee--the key to creating high-performance teams. The audiobook's proven principles and techniques include:
The Five-Stage Team Development Model that maps the transition from traditional to self-directed teams Best practices in team process design A Team Value Creation Tool that allows members to appreciate the significance of what they contribute each day Visual Management And more Filled with real-world examples, this fresh approach transforms passive groups of disparate people into effective teams of leaders--workplace teams that work!
Published: Gildan Audio on
ISBN: 9781469028484
Unabridged
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