Team Building

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40 pages
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 English
This eBook describes the core principles of team building and how they will help you get the best out of any team you are asked to manage.
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Paul Newton has worked in IT and Project management for over 30 years and has also developed several internet based enterprises. He was a co-founder and director of ITT Ltd where he was responsible for the development and marketing of software-based management training tools. Clients included Microsof...

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Successful team building in the workplace has more to do with making a success of the team you have been given, rather than building an ideal team from scratch. This eBook explains the core principles of team building that will help you get the best out of any team that you find yourself managing.

It uses three different teams to illustrate how these principles can be adapted to suit their differing needs. The examples are an I.T. project team, a support team and a high-level strategic team.

Successful team building in the workplace has more to do with making a success of the team you have been given, rather than building an ideal team from scratch. There are certain core principles of team building that will help you get the best out of any team that you find yourself managing.

You will learn how to apply these principles to:

  • A project team where even though you are not an expert in all of the technical aspects of the project you are still expected to coordinate the team’s efforts.
  • A support team where there are problems with motivation and high staff turnover.
  • A high-level strategic team where you do not have any direct authority over the other participants.
  1. Beware of ‘Teams in Name Only’
  2. Team Examples
    1. Development Team Example
    2. Customer Support Team Example
    3. Steering Team Example
  3. Summary
  4. References