The nature of storytelling in the book combined very nicely with driving the principles.
For me, it was a repeating moment throughout the book. The CEO continuous paused before making responses to rather serious statements/questions.
Good leadership lessons that are easily understood and remembered through sorry telling. worth listening to.
While it was P&G heavy, the stories and the content was good to hear and put together in a way you could follow and understand. The narrator did a great job with voices and just reading at a pace that allowed one to understand. it sounded conversational and not just like some boring book. I'm ready recommending this to every I know in management.
I always hate books that are set in stories, however, this one seemed to work. I think that the principles laid out are poignant and and useful.
I am driving to work right now trying to devise a way to implement this today. I know conflict can get dicey, but the author makes a good point about candor and honesty in creating a cohesive team.
This book is a quick read, but I believe the team leader needs a foundation of psychology in order to implement the tools properly. If used improperly, the information in this book could do harm. I would recommend this book to all managers and leaders of teams though.
Using parables to teach is one of the strongest methods available. Lencioni is one of the best at it. The story keeps you interested and you learn the principles almost by accident.