What Great Teams Do Great: How Ordinary People Accomplish the Extraordinary
Human beings are wired to form connections, but that doesn't mean that they are naturally equipped for teamwork. Too many people find that working with others makes them miserable, wastes their time and makes them feel like kicking the dog at the end of the day.
What Great Teams Do Great is a practical guide to activating the power of choice and the right team processes that create excitement, shared mission, trust and collaboration to achieve bold objectives (and have fun along the way).
About the Authors
David Wheatley is an expert facilitator, trainer and coach. Has worked for twenty years with government, manufacturing, healthcare, law enforcement, technology and financial institutions.
John Barrett is a results-driven leadership coach, trainer and facilitator. Partners with individuals, teams and organizations to maximize successful strategies, execution and culture.
Christi Barrett is a leadership coach, consultant and trainer with over thirty years of experience in higher education, nonprofits, and leadership development.
|Name||What Great Teams Do Great: How Ordinary People Accomplish the Extraordinary|
|Author||David Wheatley | John Barrett | Christi Barrett|
|Book Publisher||Koehler Books|