The ongoing challenges of creating the magical bond between team members in small and big endeavors can be elusive. What more, in the last few decades it has become increasingly challenging, since we have been moving from emphasis on social skills and communities to technical and managerial skills, as a result the lore concerning the magic of teams has been lost. Leadership: Building Highly Effective Teams, provides you with the much needed practical advice on how to create an effective collaborative team environment.
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It is presented in a concise and precise approach - yet easy to follow - the case study adds flavor
As a career leadership/performance professional, I routinely listen to books on topics related to my field. As such, I'm no stranger to getting past bad narration and poor writing to get to the meat of a valuable message.
I can't do it for this book! The narrator is robotic and slow. When I can get past that, he mispronounces too many basic performance terms and my concentration on the content is interrupted time and again as I mentally correct him.
The writing so unnecessarily padded that I frequently think we've moved into another topic only to realize that they're simply saying the same thing again (and again) in a more convoluted way.
No wonder the authors spend so much time on their dubious credentials at the top of the book.
There is some useful content buried in here that might be useful though it's amateurishly stated and there are errors in the content. However, even that is so deeply covered beneath the nonsense that I cannot recommend this book. It should have been about an hour long recording.
Relevant, exciting and empowering this book really helped me - highly recommend read for your library
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