Team Leader Workbook

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Human Resource Development, Apr 17, 2018 - Business & Economics - 170 pages
Ready to roll up your sleeves and start working on the skills required to be an effective team leader? This book walks you step-by-step through the exciting and challenging world of team leadership. The author describes how team leadership is very different from traditional, top-down, autocratic leadership. She challenges readers to adopt a new style of leadership one that builds high performance, results-oriented work teams whose members hold themselves responsible for success as a group. Designed for new and veteran team leaders, Team Leader Workbook is chock-full of skill-building exercises to help you determine team training needs, write agendas, get input through brainstorming, bring conflict to the surface, agree on solutions and more. Also covered are the types of meetings, types of teams, critical team roles and a team leader job description. Especially of value is the extensive appendix. It contains 25 surveys, evaluations, exercises and worksheets to help you write a team mission statement, create a meeting roles rotation roster, manage conflict and handle various other duties as a team leader.
 

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Contents

Three Types of Team Meetings
2-2
Select the Right Location for the Meeting
2-8
Gain Participation with Questioning Techniques 214
2-14
Chapter 3Leading Your Team in ProblemSolving Efforts
2-19
Follow up Between Meetings 226
2-26
A Typical Team ProblemSolving Discussion
3-2
Determine the Most Likely Causes of the Problem 311
3-11
Measure and Evaluate the Effectiveness of the Solution 317
3-17
Chapter 4Dealing with Conflict and Problem Team Members
4-1
Define the ProblemIssue
4-7
Brainstorm All Options for Addressing the Issue 413
4-13
Arrange a Meeting Between the Teams 419
4-19
Evaluate the Outcomes 428
4-28
SelfScored Leadership Assessment Exercise
5-5
Measurement Planning Table form app10
5-19
Answers to Difficult Team Member Exercise app24
5-32

Practice Continuous Improvement 323
3-24

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