Teams have been hailed as the workplace revolution of the decade. But what happens when the team's ``honeymoon'' ends? When troubles arise and interest wanes? Never fear, says teamwork troubleshooter and motivational speaker Ron Archer. In this book, Archer compiles the team remedies he has prescribed to the City of Coral Springs (Florida), Hillside Rehabilitation Hospitals, CHI Heist Corporation, and NFL football players to lead their faltering teams to success. On Teams features: several quick, easy-to-digest guidelines for improving teams, including the six-step empowerment initiative, the three phases of team implementation, and more; ways to successfully coach not manage a team to its highest potential; expert advice on avoiding team failure.
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