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Build Better Teams
- Creating Winning Teams in the Digital Age
- Narrated by: Mike Lenz
- Length: 7 hrs and 12 mins
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How today's highly effective leaders develop high performing teams
Teams today are more complex than ever before. With new team leader responsibilities like diversity training, virtual working, mental health awareness, individualism, and more, modern team leadership is in dire need of a new code. Author George Karseras, executive team development coach and founder of TeamUp, has coined such a code that he calls the "TeamUp Playbook." The code is a four-step sequence that any team leader can follow to produce high performing teams. TeamUp Playbook is a proven formula for how to be a great team leader today.
Build Better Teams breaks down the historically poor track record of team performance and engagement in organizations, references academic studies, and equips leaders with practical tools and techniques. In this book, Karseras includes stories, examples, and tips in a casual, accessible format. Whether you're looking for ways to inspire teams or become an efficient remote leader, you'll find answers to questions like: What can I expect to be the impact of virtual working and digital transformations on my team? How do I use a road map that science confirms works for all teams? And how do I build a greater sense of community into the organization and, eventually, the world?
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laudable goal, falls short on promise
the book tries to present a step-by-step to team building. it's nice and sounds convincing, but either it skips the "how" part, or ot is intended to audience with deep knowledge of this skills and processes. step titles make a good narrative, but as is, it lacks substance.
on the promise of being a guide to the frustrated manager, it fails entirely