Choose Teamwork

Lencioni, Patrick
September 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Sep2005, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p10
Focuses on achieving real teamwork in the organization. Information on addressing lack of trust, the most common dysfunction of a team; Critical success factors; Role of the leader in modeling vulnerable behavior; Exercises which could jump-start building trust.


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