Learning Team Skills

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
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For courses in Freshman orientation that focus on personal development, Team and Group Dynamics. An invaluable resource for college and career environments, this concise book is designed to teach the reader about the traits and skills which make up a successful team and how to effectively contribute to overall team success as an individual member. Chapters progress from the origins of team development through membership, processes, interpersonal relationships, conflict resolution, leadership issues, and goal achievement.

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Contents

Assessing Your Team Experience and Insights
13
Summing Up
22
Making the Most of Cender Balance
28
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Arthur A. Bell, Jr., P.E., is a registered professional engineer and certified mechanical, plumbing, fire, and energy conservation code official in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with more than 31 years of experience in the design of HVAC systems. In addition, he has been involved in the design of plumbing systems, fire protection systems, and construction field engineering-mechanical systems. Mr. Bell is also the author of "HVAC Design Portfolio", published by McGraw-Hill.W. Larsen Angel, P.E., LEED AP, is a registered professional engineer in the State of Maryland with more than 25 years of experience in the design of HVAC systems. In addition, he has been involved in the design of plumbing systems and electrical systems. Mr. Angel is also the author of "HVAC Design Sourcebook", published by McGraw-Hill.

Smith has published many business books and is associate professor of management at the McLaren School of Business, University of San Francisco.

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