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In the ever-changing world of work, the idea of spending some orall of your time working in teams is becoming more and more common.From solving problems, to tackling projects, to providingorganizational leadership, the roles and importance of teamscontinue to grow. Leading a team is no easy job, but when a teamgels, they can far outperform traditional work groups.

Managing Teams For Dummies is for anyone who has beenasked to take on the role of team leader. This book can help youmanage your team, whether you’re a senior manager or workerwho doesn’t have supervisory responsibilities, but has becomethe point person on a specific project.

Managing Teams For Dummies can help you build and leadhigh-performing teams. Packed with tips on setting and reachinggoals, resolving conflicts, leading teams through change, andproviding team members with the skills to work togetherproductively, this book will help you keep any team you mangefocused and efficient. Managing Teams For Dummies willalso:

  • Take you beyond the conceptual idea of teams and providepractical advice for developing groups that become winningteams
  • Describe the type of leadership needed to guide teamssuccessfully and prepare you for challenges that arise
  • Reveal the three cornerstones’ model for developing teamsuccess and provide how-to strategies to make them happen
  • Discuss the types of teams that are growing in popularity,namely self-directed teams, project teams, and task teams
Teams make it possible to bring together the variety of skills,perspectives, and talents that you need in the contemporaryworkplace. With Managing Teams For Dummies you can make sureyour team performs to the best of its ability and while trying toachieve its goal.

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