Building Successful Teams

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Currency/Doubleday, 2006 - Business & Economics - 94 pages
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In the On-the-Fly Guide to Building Successful Teams, Bill Butterworth brings his trusted brand of motivation to an issue that affects us all, no matter what kind of team we belong to, be it a company, a division, or a group . . . even a family.
As this charming little book makes clear, it is possible to learn how to be a better team member: by facing your insecurities, eliminating unhealthy competition, improving your communication skills, and overcoming your fear of change. Designed to be read in one short plane ride—or over a hot cup of coffee or two—this book reveals the traits that all successful teams share and offers common-sense advice on how you can bring those same skills to your team. Filled with stories about teams of all shapes and sizes, the On-the-Fly Guide to Building Successful Teams will change the way you think about teamwork—and yourself.
There’s no telling what you’ll learn when you read on the fly.

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The Three Great Needs of Team Members
The Barrier of Personal Insecurity
The Barrier of Unhealthy Competition

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bill butterworth s blend of humor, storytelling, wisdom, and practical advice has made him one of the most sought-after speakers in North America. A highly regarded author, Bill has written on topics ranging from sports to psychology and self-help issues and has been a columnist, editor, and scriptwriter. Bill lives with his wife, Kathi, in Newport Beach, California.

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