Communicating in groups and teams: sharing leadership
Explains team management processes for projects in profit and non-profit organizations. The material appears to be directed towards college management students and discusses topics such as task processes of goal setting, team inquiry, critical and creative thinking, problem solving, and decision making; verbal, nonverbal, listening, and questioning skills for team communication, and problems and challenges in group interaction.
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Communicating for Success
Influencing Your Teams
PART TWO LEADERSHIP TO CREATE TEAMWORK
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