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HBR guide to leading teams
HBR guide to leading teams
Shapiro, Mary2015
Great teams don't just happen. How often have you sat in team meetings complaining to yourself, 'Why does it take forever for this group to make a simple decision? What are we even trying to achieve?' As a team leader, you have the power to improve things. It's up to you to get people to work well together and produce results. Written by team expert Mary Shapiro, the HBR Guide to Leading Teams will help you avoid the pitfalls you've experienced in the past by focusing on the often-neglected people side of teams. With practical exercises, guidelines for structured team conversations, and step-by-step advice, this guide will help you: Pick the right team members -- Set clear, smart goals -- Foster camaraderie and cooperation -- Hold people accountable -- Address and correct bad behavior -- Keep your team focused and motivated.
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Boston, MA : Harvard Business Review Press, 2015.
xv, 165 pages ; 23 cm.
Includes index."Balance skills and styles ; establish clear roles ; promote healthy dissent" -- cover
Introduction -- Build your team's infrastructure -- Pull together a winning team -- Get to know one another -- Establish your team's goals -- Agree on individuals' roles -- Agree on rules of conduct -- Set the stage for accountability -- Commit to a team contract -- Manage your team -- Make optimal team decisions -- Hold people accountable -- Give people recognition -- Resolve conflicts constructively -- Welcome new members -- Manage outside the team -- Close out your team -- Deliver the goods -- Learn from your team's experiences -- Appendix A: Rules inventory -- Appendix B: Cultural audit -- Appendix C: Team contract -- About the author.
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryComputers and Business658.4022 SHAOnloan - Due: 25 Mar 2021