Brilliant Teams: What to Know, Do and Say to Make a Brilliant Team (Brilliant Business) Paperback – 8 Mar 2011
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"Shows how to get high-performance, results-focused, successful teams" -- Business Executive Feb 09 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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What does it take to make a brilliant team?
Team work is the driving force behind any organisation get it right and the results can be dazzling; get it wrong and youre in for a rough ride. No matter what kind of team youre in or what role you play, Brilliant Teams gives you the core ingredients to make you and your team a truly brilliant one. Youll find out exactly what it takes to excel as a team player and leader, as well as common team traps to avoid.
This second edition includes two new chapters on Teams and decision making and Teams under pressure.
¨ Find out what it takes to be a brilliant team player and leader
¨ Learn how to get the best out of your environment
¨ Understand different teams and what makes them tick
Shows how to get high-performance, results-focused, successful teams.
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Personally, I liked the fact that the book focuses on how you can contribute to the team without changing who you are. It's quite realistic in that way. For example, if you're a 'sceptic' - you can still be that person but still contribute with a positive attitude.
I can highly recommend this book.