The idea of getting individuals to put aside selfish interests for the greater good of the group sounds ideal in theory. In practice, building teamwork is a messy and often frustrating experience. If you can get everyone pulling together, you’re that much closer to becoming a true leader.
Your career success depends on your ability to build successful teams. You may already see the wisdom of teams – you don’t need to be sold on why it’s better to delegate to groups rather than to individuals. But you may face a deeper dilemma: how to improve teamwork so your employees maximize their cooperation and learn to contribute to a larger good.
A manager oversees people, but a leader molds them into winning teams. Teamwork at Its Best gives you the techniques and strategies experts use to motivate teams to succeed. And this success will reflect not just on your team, but on YOU.