Leading Work Teams
Nearly everyone works on teams or collaborates closely with others to achieve organizational, departmental, or team goals. But understanding the basics of how to participate effectively and even lead these teams toward common goals can be key to success or failure of these teams. This Infoline will guide you in the application of basic leadership principles in a team setting and show you how to: break through common barriers to effectively engage in leadership; influence your team members by building and sustaining respect, trust, and credibility; build core leadership behaviors and skills.
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