Building a Better Team: A Handbook for Managers and Facilitators
This bestselling book is designed as a practical handbook for anyone wanting to set up and run successful teambuilding programmes with working teams. Drawing on his extensive experience as manager and consultant, Peter Moxon describes how groups develop, how trust and openness can be encouraged, and the likely problems overcome. He moves logically from describing how groups become teams in Part I, to outlining how to plan and run your teambuilding programme in Part II, ending with a series of actual activities, each with full guidance on how and when to use them in support of your programme, in Part III.
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