|| "Previously published as 6 habits of highly effective teams"--T.p. verso.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-215) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Resonating with a team experience -- Defining teams and team effectiveness -- Understanding how teams develop -- The 9 powerful practices of really great teams -- Powerful practice #1: strengthening emotional capacity -- Powerful practice #2: expanding team self-awareness -- Powerful practice #3: practicing empathy and respectfulness -- Powerful practice #4: managing external relationships -- Powerful practice #5: establishing and regulating team norms -- Powerful practice #6: thinking laterally -- Powerful practice #7: Apply high team EQ to conflicts among members -- Powerful practice #8: entrusting team members with appropriate roles -- Powerful practice #9: integrate new members and external subcontractors into "one-badge" effort.
|| Increasingly, organizations count on project teams to develop products and deliver services to their customers. Effective teamwork and team leadership become integral components of an organization's success. The authors define the essence of superior performance by project teams, and identity nine attributes of team membership and team leadership that set the stage for accomplishment of group objectives.