100 great team effectiveness ideas
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|Kirtland Community College Library||HD 66 .S53 2015||30775305515257||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9789814561372
- ISBN: 9814561371
xvi, 223 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: Singapore : Marshall Cavendish Business, 
- Copyright: ©2015
"From leading organisations around the world"--Cover.
|Formatted Contents Note:||Observing teams that work well -- Taking on leading an existing team -- Bringing out the best in team members -- Building a new team -- Becoming an even better team leader -- Ensuring effective teams across your organisation -- Being an authoritative team member -- Ensuring effective team development -- Ensuring teams keep learning -- Ensuring continuous learning about leading teams well.|
|Summary, etc.:||"Most of us work in teams at work. This book provides prompts to enable teams to thrive and be effective in demanding times. There is a huge interest to ensure teams are effective. The speed of change has meant teams have to be quick to adapt. Information technology means that teams have access to much more information, but need to be able to use that information in a constructive and sure-footed way. Globalisation means that there are many more virtual teams which have to find ways of working quickly and effectively, while adapting to cultural differences about expectations and ways of working. Good team leaders are regularly looking for ways of equipping their teams to work effectively, whilst also ensuring there is time to reflect on longer term issues. There is a growing appetite to try new approaches and learn from the experience of others. The ideas in this book will provide a range of suggestions to help you calibrate how best you can be both an effective team leader and member."--Publisher's description.|
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