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Building and maintaining a successful team is no simple task. Even people who have taken their teams to the highest level in their field have difficulty recreating what accounted for their successes. Is it a strong work ethic? Is it "chemistry"? What tools can you wrap your hands around to build "or rebuild" your team?

John C. Maxwell shares the vital principles of team building that are necessary for success in your business, family, church, or organization.

Listen to everything by John C. Maxwell.
©2002, 2004 by INJOY, Inc. (P)2002, 2004 by Thomas Nelson Publishers

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Excellent content. No chapter tabs

My low rating is for the format this is in. It is not divided in chapters, so you must listen straight through. You can't open up and choose a desired place in the book 😕

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must read for anyone who is apart of a team

i loved this book. if you are looking to grow as leader read this book

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  • 11-13-17

More about the author than about leadership.

This author spends a lot of time in self-congratulation, and it isn’t terribly useful. I don’t care about his church accomplishments, and I wish the tone had less disdain for women and workers. While there is some useful content here, other authors do a far better job expressing it, and they do so in a way I can share with colleagues at work. As it is, there’s too much religious content and discussion of protected classes for this to be HR safe.

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Love It!

This is one of the best books for anyone who wants to expand their teamwork skills. And if your good this will help fine tune you into great. Well read and very clear and easy to follow.

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Amazing guide on how to build and develop teams!

As expected , Maxwell created a simple template and action plan to create and develop champion teams. A must!

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The MAXX action team recommends this book.

There is a CRAZY amount of quantity information in this book. I would strongly recommend this title to anyone.

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Great book

Where does The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

In its genre, it's great

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Horrible chapter navigation. 3 groups, and no way to navigate to a specific chapter, except by trial and error

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Loved it... As I say when I really like something, "That was DOPE!!"

I can apply the principles to my practices everyday

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Great book!

Great book for anyone! It has specific focus but that can be applied to almost anyone if they try. John Maxwell knocks it out if the park again!

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Organized, but rhetoric.

This could have been really great, but the author decided to insert a bit too many religious anecdotes for my taste. I listened all the way through, hoping it would get more focused and ramp-up. If you love Jesus and practice Christianity, you'll enjoy it. However, I am not, so this made it difficult to get past his personal dogmas to enjoy his pep-talk, even with the quaintly soothing country drawl of his voice. That being said, there is a lot of useful information in this book, you just need to wade through the sugar coating and get to the meat. If he edits this down to say, a 15-minute summary, it would make the book more enjoyable and far easier to assimilate for us modern city business folks.

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