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Graham Winter weaves a fascinating and entertaining business story that reveals an engagingly simple and powerful model to free organisations of 'silo thinking' and empower them to fulfil the possibilities that come from thinking and acting as one team. In an increasingly networked world, there is much to be said for giving business units the sort of focus that comes from being a silo; however few, if any, can genuinely succeed without the ability to open the doors and windows of their silo to collaborate with others on problems and opportunities.

Think One Team has been specifically designed to help listeners, and everyone in their organization, to create and sustain teamwork across boundaries. Beginning with the fable of the big jelly bean team, listeners join one company’s engaging, enlightening, and at times funny journey from silo-afflicted to one team. From their experiences you will learn the five practices that define the difference between think silos and think one team, and see what these practices mean for leaders and employees across an organization.

Graham Winter is the founder of consultancy Think One Team International and a three-time Australian Olympic team chief psychologist. Graham is passionate about developing leaders and teams with the resilience and skills to seize opportunities.

©2013 Graham Winter (P)2013 Audible Ltd

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