Your Guiding Genius: Building a World Class Team
Jay LaBonte shares his unique insights from over 30 years of experience building successful teams in a wide variety of organizations, including real estate, aerospace manufacturing, restaurant and marina management, and professional employment organizations (PEO). In today's troubled economic times, you need to find ways to make your existing team more productive. In YOUR GUIDING GENIUS, you will discover how to turn your team into a world-class team capable of producing impressive results. Louis E. Lataif, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean of the Boston University School of Management, had this to say: YOUR GUIDING GENIUS is a marvelous 'how-to' guide to maximize the effectiveness of a team. Jay LaBonte provides a wealth of useful insights and helpful tips that would benefit leaders in virtually any circumstance. His work brings to life the clear, but not well-understood difference between a group and a real team. Clearly and compellingly written, this book is an excellent guide ..."
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Your Role as Team Leader
Attitude Is Everything
Build Staff Capacity
Get to Know Your Team
Building a Winning Team
Taking One for the Team
Focus on People
A Job Well Done
Focus on Specific Behavior Goals
Get the Job Done
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